I had this Sylvester palm transplanted about three weeks ago. I would like an opinion about how my tree is looking and any suggestions to help care for it. The yellow/brown leaves are making me nervous.
I had a large oak tree removed about six months before planting the palm. It was planted a few feet away from where the trunk of the oak was, but the oak tree was huge and roots were everywhere. Some even had to cut out when the palm was being transplanted
I have not used any fertilizers yet. I live in northern Florida and we have not had much rain lately. I’m still watering daily.
thank you for everyone’s help
Hello, complete beginner here so I apologize if this questions sound stupid.
I have licuala grandis I purchased last july, and the store I bought said you need to replant in next April or so I have questions about that. Living in Ankara, Turley.
1 - I have some browning/yellowing on the tips only, can I do something about that? What is the probable reasons for that?
2 - My current pot is 25 cm in diameter, so I was thinking getting 35cm in diamater?
3 - Any special kind of soil mixture I need to use for this palm?
4 - Should I use any fertiziler after repotting?
5 - Any advice in general how to take care of better?
Thank you kindly for your answers.
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First winter with palm trees. My sylvesters had a good bit of freeze damage but there’s still green in the middle of both so they’re still alive. I’m pretty sure most of the damage is now over because it is starting to get warmer.
But I need to know exactly how I should treat this in Spring.
Should I cut off everything except for the meristem on both palms? And should I spray fungicide in them or is there no need to?
(The photos of when they were green is for reference of how badly they were burned in the cold)
Why do some Sylvester palms look like this with short bottom fronds?