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Old February 11th, 2011, 02:49 PM
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Welcome wonderful people of North Carolina, we are delighted you have joined this discussion about topics related to palm trees and plants. Whether you have a question about gardening, landscaping, planting, purchasing or just about anything, this forum will be open for all. We also have an Interior Design and Exterior Design section which has great design ideas or you can take a Virtual Tour of the Nursery, either way we are excited you are here!

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Old February 26th, 2011, 05:30 PM
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Question Buying some palm trees for my yard, any ideas

Just bought a home and new to being south of the Big City, never bought palm trees before and wanted to know what kinds would do good in Charlotte. I would like to get the palm trees that I have seen at the Casinos in Atlantic City, the date type palms. Would they do good here?
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Old April 29th, 2011, 11:29 AM
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@ NC TARHEEL hey what’s up dude! I live in Morehead City, North Carolina I love those palms! I have a few my self it gives your home a stellar look totally worth it man. I have family living in Charlotte, Carolina I recently sent them some canary’s palms I purchase. They love them; People are constantly approaching there home asking could they buy them. I speak to them from time to time, if you would like I could ask them how there palms are doing? Like I said they live in charlotte Carolina too or if you want anymore help I have a couple friends in high places. Just shoot me question dude ill be more then happy to help out a fellow North Carolina citizen. Hope to hear from you soon, GO NORTH CAROLINA TARHEELS!!! by the way
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Old April 21st, 2013, 12:29 AM
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I also live in Morehead City. Do you have any advice on the best place locally to get several small palms?
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Old June 9th, 2013, 06:26 AM
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Exclamation Palms and Bananas !!!

My wife and I have been growing both Palms,(windmills and special jellys), here in Denver, N.C. !! If you check, we are in the foothills of NC., and have had to deal with neasayers for years but we are doing it fo over 20 years!! All of our seeds and plants come from our own stock but have really proven to be the stuff!! This year I already have bananas on the plant in the 1st week of June. Obviously, we will be eating Nanas soon. Do not let anyone tell ya it can not happen here!! It has for us, and we plan on it continueing for many years !! I could use some help though, I have about 20 Windmills growing in our field, they are from 4 foot high to almost 20 foot high, that I would luv to get moved closer to thew house??? Anyone know someone with a tree spade, the type that is powered by a bobcat or backhoe, or something like that?? I would like to move some of these trees, and am willing to make a trade of sorts for that person??? Can anyone help with this, the wife and I are wanting these up by the house and they are definately cold-hardy, and want nothing to happen to them in the move ??
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Old July 14th, 2013, 08:36 PM
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Question Soft spots on trunk

I have had a 15ft. Sabal palm for 3 years and just in the past few weeks have had two greenish brown soft spots show up at top of trunk about 10inches under the boots. Both are slowly getting bigger and can push in about 1/2 inch, spots size of an average males hand. Lots of new groth still coming up just yellow tips on some, older palms already out. Also have other palms in same area that are different kinds and all in good shape. Any ideas what or how to save it? Thanks for the help.
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Old August 15th, 2013, 04:49 PM
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Default Am I able to put a European fan palm in my back yard next to my pool?

I am thinking of purchasing a couple of European fan palm trees for my backyard where I have my pool. My only concern is does anyone know if it will mess with my pool if the fronds decide to fall inside the pool? Will it damage my pool what so ever? Does RealPalmTrees.com ship to North Carolina? I am very interested and need some questions answered. Thank you!
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Old October 16th, 2017, 02:25 PM
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Same here Im looking for the same type of date palms. I live in Hickory but my office is in Raleigh. About how much do these date palms weigh? I was thinking of keeping them at my home in Hickory and letting them grow a bit then transporting them myself in the range rover over to my office in Raleigh? Is this a good idea?
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Old October 23rd, 2017, 11:15 AM
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Just bought a home and new to being south of the Big City, never bought palm trees before and wanted to know what kinds would do good in Charlotte. I would like to get the palm trees that I have seen at the Casinos in Atlantic City, the date type palms. Would they do good here?
I believe the windmill palm, needle palm, Mediterranean fan, chinese fan, pindo, true date texas sabal, mexican fan, and cuban royal palms are the ones that survive the winters. All of which give you the look of having tropics.
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