Hello all! Just. Question. I am in the Phoenix area and last year I planted a beautiful royal palm. I noticed the base of the trunk was starting to Crack. My instincts were telling me that it's normal since the trunk is expanding. Today for a moment I thought, could this be sun damage? It is planted on an Eastern exposure in-between two homes. Hopefully it's normal and she is just getting chunky! Thank you for your time.
Nice size 5 gallon Roystonea regia for sale, about 6-8 feet tall. Won’t have them for long, they’re about to go into 15’s.
$50 each, pick up in Thousand Oaks, CA
Text me if interested 805-813-3999
Thanks for looking
The area underneath my bodacious and productive royal palm is packed with seedlings that germinated 6 to 8 months ago. Fall starts tomorrow and they can't stay there over the winter. If I can't find them new homes, I'll send them to the compost pile. People on PT have told me how difficult royal palms are to find - I got more than I can handle. So, I am selling them for $0.25 (a quarter) each. And they won't be tiny spikes - they will range from approx. 10" to 20" tall with established roots and 1-3 strap leaves. If you want to establish a grove of royals, start a royal nursery or gift friends and family with them, now is your chance to buy them in bulk. See below:
Roystonea regia 10-20" tall seedlings: $0.25 each
Shipping: to be quoted based on number of seedlings and destination (min $10.00) via Priority Mail. No shipping outside the US. No shipping to HI.
TOTAL: To be Determined
Payment via Paypal
PM me if you are interested
Sale lasts until seedlings are all sold or I send them to compost
Photos: Seedlings 1-4; Mother Palm 5
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.
Hello everyone! I am new to the forum. I had a royal palm planted a few weeks ago and wanted to make sure that it was okay to plant it in a depression so the water can catch. The soil is 100 percent fast draining soil. I also want to make sure the way it was planted won't grow any Ariel roots. Thank you for your time!