By Super Minion
This is my first post here on palmtalk. My favorite palm is b. Alfredii. This is a report dedicated on how the B. Alfredii reacts to the cool climate of Northern Europe.
I live in Rotterdam, Netherlands which is hardiness zone 8 in Europe. The average anual extreme minimum here is -10 Celsius (14 Fahrenheit) for the last 5 winters.
Hey y'all. Thought I'd share the growth progress on my Windmill. He's growing a lot quicker than I anticipated.
I'll post the pics in this thread...
Hey y’all. Hope everyone’s having a great Friday so far. I am in need of some advice on overwintering a Coconut Palm I bought from a local grocery store back in May. When I bought it, I didn’t realize what I was getting into from what I’ve read from others online. I really would like to see it live, but I understand they are truly tropical palms. I live in Zone 6B in North Carolina. Is there anything I can do when it goes inside for the winter to better its chances for survival? Thanks.
View 2 (have a new red leaf)
I have a queen palm in a pot and it looks to me like it isn't doing well. Fronds bend and droop down- with brown tips
It gets watered once every 8 days for 6 minutes.
I live in northern california- the pots do have drainage holes. I have fertilized them twice in the 3 months I have owned them.
More water? Less water? more fertilizer? any advice is appreciated.