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Tropical Queen Palm trees

Friday, April 24, 2020, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Tropical Queen Palm trees

Everything you want to know about Queen Palm trees with plant identification app ipad , which are well known and popular as California palm trees, Florida palm trees, and Hawaii palm trees. Find out the care, and growing palm trees like these beautiful statuesque palm trees species and palm tree types...

You are more likely to see them in warmer states such as Florida and Arizona and can withstand temperatures as low as 25 degrees F. which makes it as one of the cold hardy palm trees. Very popular California Palm Trees found everywhere.

The fronds that grow on the queen palm trees are dark green. In the summer, the tree has beautiful clusters that look like little orange berries but don't eat them till they are ripe. They begin to appear in the early winter and are so beautiful. You usually won't see them until the tree is more mature. Look at the palm tree pictures of this palm tree species and you will see what I'm talking about.

The Queen Palm Tree was originally found in Brazil, Paraguay, and northern Argentina and most of South America. This palm is a favorite and can be seen everywhere landscapes in many places around the world!

How to Distinguish a Queen Palm tree

These palm tree types get attention for its spectacular clusters of fruits that hang so gracefully cascading down these palm tree varieties. About November or so, the green fruit clusters appear the turn to a yellow-orange color. But I must say the beautiful orange fruits can make a big mess when they start to shed from the tree this is, in my opinion, it’s the only fallback this tree has.

This exotic, the palm has bright green, soft, leaves forming a graceful, drooping canopy giving it a graceful look.

The dead fronds are persistent and often require pruning to remove them from these palm tree types, the Queen Palm tree.

Growing palm trees and its care

Growing best in full sun, Queen Palm is happiest in well-drained soil that is acidic.

****That’s actually opposite for humans, we can develop cancer and other illnesses if our bodies are too acidic and we are much healthier when our bodies are alkaline. *****

Potassium deficiency is also displayed on older fronds in well-drained soils. Queen Palm loves moisture and fertilizer, give it what it needs and it will reward you with one of the most beautiful palm trees you've ever seen.

Queen Palms can grow very fast with the right conditions. Lethal yellowing disease is something your may not have to worry about with Queen Palm, if you're one of the lucky ones!

If you are pruning too many fronds at one time can cause the palm to become unhealthy.

You're not supposed to plat them to close to cement but in my case, they are planted in a row growing up my driveway, but I give them lots of vitamins and they are doing really well..

Always make sure your palm has enough minerals to feed them palm tree fertilizer.

Ortho has fertilizing ground spikes that are used for a constant of vitamins.

I apply granular time-release minerals that I use every 3 to 6 months.

Propagation is by seed and many times you will see new trees sprouting up from under the trees, although I have one in my back yard nowhere near one of my bigger trees yet it is about 2 feet tall, it may have come from bird droppings from a bird who ate some of the seeds?

Queen Palm Pests and Palm Tree diseases
There are many things that can attack causing palm diseases to the queen palm trees and pests, pruning can put palms at greater risk of disease also if your palm is constantly sitting in the water this can be a factor as well..

Fusarium wilt, caused by a fungus, this fungi is a big threat to the Queen and Washingtonian palms, although other palms are at risk

There's no cure for the disease and it's

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