Can somebody please help me out, I am currently growing W. Filiferas, T. fortunei, R. Hystrix, C. Humilis and a couple butias. I lost my biggest W. Filifera this last winter due to fungal infection, I’m wondering what do you use? Daconil or Copper Fungicides? Also what brand of Anti-dessicants if any do you use? Any input will be greatly appreciated.
Hey experts! So question for y'all. So my local landscape place has 10'-12' Sabals right now non regenerated for $425. Not a bad deal. I was wondering if y'all think its a good time to plant one mid September. I have a perfect spot for one and really need one. Haha. Thoughts on if there's enough warmth left in the season in Southern Louisiana zone 9. I guess it's similar to North or central Florida. Thanks for the advice y'all!
Sabal Palmetto has been in the ground since May 17th and it's already pushed out 1 strap leaf but working on another which looks different to me so maybe its going palmate? regardless it's cool it pushing out 2 leaves still in recovery mode!
Trachycarpus ukhulensis 15 gallon $95.00
31/2 to 4 feet high from soil line
Leaves are green on upper sides and silvery white on undersides
Grayish-brown fibers surround trunk
Trunk will grow to 6 inches wide
Rare palm from China
Okay palm experts I need y'alls opinions. So I made a post last year after hurricane laura I found a wild palmetto that was uprooted in the storm. Loaded it out of the ditch, trimmed its leaves and roots up, put it in the ground. It sat dormant all winter. I kept watering it hoping for some new growth. I marked a line with the sharpie and saw that it grew about a half inch and then stopped completely for months. It lost its color and started to look like it was going downhill. So last week I chopped about a foot of the top of the trunk off and there was rot in the growth area when I inspected it. I cut down to the "healthy" white looking area, sprayed copper fungicide and now there seems to be a little hope. Just wondering what y'all think is going on. Thanks for the help! Also on a side note, one that we found washed up on the beach is growing unbelievably right now. I will attach pictures. Thanks again!