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I have issues with Areca Palms (Dypsis lutescens)
Dry leaves lead to the death of the palms.
I have observed dry leaves, as a result I changed the location of the palms and put them more in the direct sun in front of the large balcony door.
I spray the palms daily 2 times like water and water them 1 time a week.
But the dry leaves do not want to go away.
Please find the pictures attached and help me with your expertise to save these beautiful Areca palms.
Hi Everyone. Which of the following Dypsis is the cold hardiest if any? I’d really like to try Dypsis and the following ones are available from a grower:
Dypsis ampasindave 5 l 30 -40 cm
Dypsis cabadea in 5 l bags +- 2 m
Dypsis Carl Smithii in 0.5 l bags +-0.4 m
Dypsis lanceolata in 5 l bags 1.8 m
Dypsis lutescens Bamboo palm in 5 l bags +- 0.5 m
Dypsis dark mealy bug in 5 l bags 30 cm
Dypsis lucubensis in 10 l bags +- 1.6 m
Dypsis leptochilos (teddy bear palm) in 20 l bags + - 1.9 m
Dypsis pembanum in 5 l bags +- 1.8 m
Dypsis robusta in 5 l bags
Hello everyone, I was looking at an app called iNaturalist, which is an app that lets you post and look at observations of plants and animals around the world, and I typed in Cocos nucifera and found this post in northern Morocco by the Mediterranean Sea. Does anyone know any information about this? I thought that it would be too cool in the winter for them there.
I don't even remember now, at which So Cal Palm Society meeting auction I bought this Dypsis. I do recall it was solitary and probably no more than a 1 gallon when purchased. I dropped it in a shaded spot under a Burretiokentia hapala, probably anticipating it would be a smaller gauge trunk and continue taking advantage of the Burretiokentia's shade. It has since produced one new subterranean offset from the main trunk. Any thoughts on which fine leafed Dypsis this is? Markings on the trunk should be a clue.