General Sylvester D. Palm Posted February 27 Report Share Posted February 27 I recently purchased a Majesty Palm from Lowe's and am planning to have it outside only during the spring and summer months here in Myrtle Beach. First off, I am not sure really where to put it. Some sources I see are saying that they like a lot of sunlight and others are saying that they like more shade, so I'm not really sure. I've got one area that I think could be a pretty good contender, I've attached pictures of this area. It is a south facing area with a very good bit of protection from wind. I'd say it gets no sun from sunrise to about 1 or 1:30 in the afternoon, but then it gets full sun from then on until sunset (it isn't on the south side of the house, but it is a south facing wall that is protected from the rest of the house). The siding is painted a bright yellow which I imagine reflects quite a bit of sunlight, not sure if this is good or bad. Just wondering if this is a good spot for a Majesty. Also, a big question I have is what kind of fertilizer should I use. I don't know the specific kind of nutrients that makes Majesty Palms really thrive, but I'd like to know. I've kept Majesty Palms indoors but don't have any experience with them outdoors in pots, might I add I unsuccessfully kept them. So if any of y'all have had some experience with growing Majesty Palms in pots successfully and having them thrive, give me some advice. 1 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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