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Old July 20th, 2017, 03:03 PM
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Question East Greenwicher over here trying to find the right indoor plants

Need to find some plants that can do well indoors without having any sunlight... Is that possible? If it's possible which ones? what do i need to keep them alive? and what about bugs and stuff like that...
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Old July 20th, 2017, 03:10 PM
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Question Forgot to mention what my plans were

So ideally, my girlfriend is on this summer in the city phase and instead of vacationing down south, where shes from, she wants to bring the palm trees to the city. She was about to purchase over 4k in just palms and plants, and luckily she left her window open and I saw the shopping cart. So before we make this investment we want know the pros and cons and also the maintenence required, because a dozen palm trees I would imagine would require watering each one which takes a minute but then to do all of them etc... Is there any easier way?

Any help is appreciated
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Old September 28th, 2017, 02:09 PM
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So ideally, my girlfriend is on this summer in the city phase and instead of vacationing down south, where shes from, she wants to bring the palm trees to the city. She was about to purchase over 4k in just palms and plants, and luckily she left her window open and I saw the shopping cart. So before we make this investment we want know the pros and cons and also the maintenence required, because a dozen palm trees I would imagine would require watering each one which takes a minute but then to do all of them etc... Is there any easier way?

Any help is appreciated
We would love to service palm trees for her at a lower cost! That is a lot of money! www.ctpalm.com. Indoors is tough, especially if there is not much sun! They need to be misted a few times a week, and watered twice a week. Need to mist everyday in Winter if kept indoors due to the dry heat from home heating sources. How many trees was she attempting to get? contact@ctpalm.com if you want to chat more!
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Old September 28th, 2017, 02:10 PM
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Kentia palms are best suited indoors!
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Old October 12th, 2017, 03:31 PM
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I have a Banana palm tree that froze outside from the snow and I brought it inside and a new leaf is emerging. How is this possible? I left it in a supply closet and thought it was dead and never got around to throwing it away and then bam two leaves coming out. How can I make more of these plants, i am fascinated by them and would like to give them out to my friends.. I have pictures on my facebook you can go to it here.
Banana Palms are great do not pull the leaves they must be trimmed when they turn brown. they are easy and palms to keep around although they do have fragile leaves. They are very hard to kill unless they freeze. you must keep them indoors during winter or whenever the weather gets colder than 32 degrees.
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Old October 23rd, 2017, 12:18 PM
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I have a Banana palm tree that froze outside from the snow and I brought it inside and a new leaf is emerging. How is this possible? I left it in a supply closet and thought it was dead and never got around to throwing it away and then bam two leaves coming out. How can I make more of these plants, i am fascinated by them and would like to give them out to my friends.. I have pictures on my facebook you can go to it here.
Try and Place the Banana's in an area where they get the most sunlight water everyday even when its cold,especially when its cold water them. I have been growing Banana Palms ever since i could walk. My father was a grower of these. they are real hardy but people often make the mistake that they are dead when in fact taking simple measures such as these usually solve the problem.
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Old April 4th, 2018, 11:53 AM
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Arrow New plants or palm trees for sale in the big apple?

Does anyone know of a good spot to pick up exotic plants and palms from in the city? Tropical Plants and Orchids on 28th is way to pricey and very limited selection, I am orchided out and looking for a place to actually select the plants for my apartment in SoHo.
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Old May 4th, 2018, 04:18 AM
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The favorite season of all is springs but mine favorite is winter with the snowy weather and with the warm cloths and with the heated wind of the heater. It is very warm while the grab my essay review and in the winter that is colder to play with snow.
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Old September 6th, 2018, 11:44 PM
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Great project! I have come to know about this when I was at Syracuse University.
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