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Noticed brown on newly generated inner fronds with some wilting on windmill palm.

BrIan Mo

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I live in Oregon where it has been a wet winter. I was trimming my Windmill Palm and noticed some brown to the inner fronds and also some wilting. I haven"t fed it yet this season but was planning on doing so. We have not really had any recent freezes and my  other Windmill Palm in the same backyard seems to be fine. 

Any cause for concern or suggestions?

Thank you!,




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Check and pull the spear but I can't see anything wrong in pics.

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