LivistonaFan Posted July 9, 2018 Report Share Posted July 9, 2018 Hello, I have three Palms which do concern me. I didn't want to bother yout by opening three new topics, so I will concentrate all in one topic. My first palm (one of three Trachycarpus I planted in the yard) is a T.fortunei. It was maybe 20 years in a pot and because it survived the winter two years ago outside unprotected in a big pot, I decided to plant it out. But it had probably a deficiency and all the older fronds turned yellow. Its first winter was quite severe and although being protected it spear-pulled three times in spring. Now there is another spear in development. Should I help it by cutting the top of the palm around the spear? My next Palm is a Parajubaea TvT which I bought this online this spring. It was in a bad condition (the older fronds had some holes and their tips shriveled). That is why I got fifty percent discount. I thought it would regrew some fronds but now the spear dried up aswell, whereas the other fronds are very green. This Sabal Uresana comes from the same online shop. Maybe it was shade grown and now all fronds are burned except for the spear. But the spear hasn't moved for a month. Will it put one some new growth soon? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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