General Sylvester D. Palm Posted March 20, 2022 Report Share Posted March 20, 2022 So hopefully I can describe this well enough just by words, it is getting dark out right now and I don't have a picture of it, I'll post a picture of it tomorrow if this post gets any attention. So my P. sylvestris in my yard has this strange silver/white-ish coating on the base of the fronds (it could be even further up from the base, I can't tell). It also seems to look like a little like powder, which it isn't, because when you touch it, nothing really happens. It is most definitely a part of the palm tree, not any sort of disease (at least I don't think so). I've heard rumors of this meaning it could have more hardy genetics, and that is my main question. I am not sure how true this claim is, or if it could just be genetics that make it look like that, or if it is on all sylvestris... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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