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yabazid

take a look at this please!8d89d6d7-22e6-4856-9ea7-abb2da792e5e.thumb.JPG.1f903e602198ab512ad8d92d660bad6e.JPG

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Chester B

Can you get a couple more pictures closeup including the crown and newest spear?

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Merlyn2220

Gadzooks!  That almost looks like a dog or a small bear decided to make a nest in the middle!  Are there any bent or broken fronds?

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Laaz

Nothing wrong with it, you planted it way to close to the house & it's reaching for space & better light.

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The7thLegend

How often do you water and/or you got rain?

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Dimovi

Which side of the hose is it planted on? If it is not on the south side it is probably not getting enough sunlight. Long skinny fronds suggest it is reaching out for sun.

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On 10/25/2019 at 12:26 AM, Merlyn2220 said:

Gadzooks!  That almost looks like a dog or a small bear decided to make a nest in the middle!  Are there any bent or broken fronds?

no its two palms, but the one closer to the fence grew much faster! no broken fronds

 

On 10/25/2019 at 4:13 AM, Laaz said:

Nothing wrong with it, you planted it way to close to the house & it's reaching for space & better light.

one of the very first palms I planted. I didnt know better! :(

On 10/25/2019 at 6:07 AM, The7thLegend said:

How often do you water and/or you got rain?

oh yea it rains enough here! 

On 10/26/2019 at 6:13 AM, Dimovi said:

Which side of the hose is it planted on? If it is not on the south side it is probably not getting enough sunlight. Long skinny fronds suggest it is reaching out for sun.

Its on the south side. Th fence is blocking the west. So it gets sun from sunrise til after noon!

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yabazid

Nothing is wrong with this one. This bad boy is exploding with growth. F72583D8-ED14-4C5D-8479-ACFB73B1464D.thumb.jpeg.197ae86a7f87d16e569c84883cccd8e5.jpeg

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