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Well? I went ahead and cut off the lower half of the droopy, freeze damaged (though not completely fried) fronds…l know they should be left to turn brown, however…






From Trashy to Trachy…😂…The Brazoria will do much better as its sun exposure is greatly increased. Looking forward to the results…the Needle could care less either way!…seems to me, removing those fronds will get the top end moving faster since the older ones are no longer being sustained…I did add a very small amount of Epsom salts and PalmGain two weeks ago after tilling up the soil with my pitchfork…been a very mild winter despite a few single digit and teens nights…sort of Jekyll and Hyde winter. Will start a fertilizer regimen mid-March and will pay more attention to watering this growing season.


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