I have a pot of 7 strap-leaf year-old seedlings from my Coccothrinax crinita brevicrinus mother palm. It is rarer than the desired Coccothrinax crinita crinita but I have found it much easier to grow here in Cape Coral. Both subspecies are native to Cuba.
Coccothrinax crinita brevicrinus 7 strap leaf seedlings: $20.00 for the lot
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Hello everyone! For the last few months I have noticed that the ground around my royal and sago palms seems to always be wet. I pulled the rock back and tried to determine if maybe its a lwak in the irrigation and I don't believe it is as i found the main irrigation line and there is no leak.
Could this be caused by the amount of water I give my royal and Sago? It just seems odd that it is always wet, and even after leaving the soil uncovered from the rocks, its still pretty damp.
Hello everyone. A few weeks ago I posted about my landscaper possibly planting my Cuban royal a little too deep. I left it alone and last night I noticed the base of the trunk is soft when I push into it and can see small cracks. I immediately removed excess soil as you can see where the original soil line was from when the landscaper planted it. I was trying to avoid the trunk flare where it splits apart the trunk. Is this what is happening? Am I too late? Thank you for your help.
By RainForestt Robert
While vacationing on Grand Cayman I came across two potted Coccothrinax crinita. I was duly impressed. However I was totally flabbergasted as I counted twenty more as I walked further up the street.