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Palmlover_78

Hey guys, I have 9 month old Trachy's and most are putting out a fourth spade, I was wondering when do they starting growing fronds>?

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Jimhardy

What kind?  maybe after the fourth or fifth strap leaf generally. 

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20 minutes ago, Jimhardy said:

What kind?  maybe after the fourth or fifth strap leaf generally. 

Windmill Palms :)

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NWpalms@206

Yup 4-6 strap leaves, then small fronds of 3s will start then up from there. This is around 16-18 months from germinating. 

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NWpalms@206

Front and center is 2-3yrs (a double). Second Larger one is 5-6 in a 7gal then they start growing faster. 

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Palmlover_78

Thanks Everyone for the answers and lovely photos :D

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43 minutes ago, NWpalms@206 said:

Yup 4-6 strap leaves, then small fronds of 3s will start then up from there. This is around 16-18 months from germinating. 

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Awesome :), My little guys are right on track then :D

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Palmlover_78

My guys are in a cooler room with minimum light. They are somewhat dormant. Can't wait until the late spring to get them back outside.

 

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