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Old February 9th, 2011, 04:23 PM
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Old February 26th, 2011, 05:56 PM
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Question Buying plants for indoors

I would like to buy some plants for my apartment, I live on the top floor and have a skylight, so I think I can pretty much any plant and was considering palm trees. I saw the Christmas palm in the lobby of the office building I work at but wanted to know if taking care of palms is harder than plants. How many times do I have to fertilize the palms and is it difficult to keep them green?
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Old April 28th, 2011, 12:05 PM
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quick question for you jersey shore,im planning on moving to jersey this summer coming.i have many palms trees do you think they would survive such a drastic change? i love my palms and i love jersey,my wife is crazy about the palms also she said if its a chance of them dying she will not be making the move...yea what a drag i know, so if you could get back to me about if just about any palms could survive in jersey would absolutely love it.thanks hope to here back about palms and jersey soon.
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Old October 27th, 2016, 10:52 AM
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quick question for you jersey shore,im planning on moving to jersey this summer coming.i have many palms trees do you think they would survive such a drastic change? i love my palms and i love jersey,my wife is crazy about the palms also she said if its a chance of them dying she will not be making the move...yea what a drag i know, so if you could get back to me about if just about any palms could survive in jersey would absolutely love it.thanks hope to here back about palms and jersey soon.
It all depends on the variety of palms you have..if you could attach images, or give a plant/tree list I can happily advise you of which Specific Palms will survive. ;]
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Old July 20th, 2017, 06:33 PM
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I would like to buy some plants for my apartment, I live on the top floor and have a skylight, so I think I can pretty much any plant and was considering palm trees. I saw the Christmas palm in the lobby of the office building I work at but wanted to know if taking care of palms is harder than plants. How many times do I have to fertilize the palms and is it difficult to keep them green?
I live in jersey as well I have 2 christmas palms the palms i have are much easier to care for then some of my plants. They just need some water when the soil gets dry. the sky light should be enough light for them i have mine near a tall window they are super easy to grow every couple of weeks i trim a brown frond or two form the bottom of the canopy.thats it! they make everything look and feel tropical.and thats what makes life so much more enjoyable.
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Old September 23rd, 2017, 08:40 PM
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Default Adonidia/Christmas Palm - Moving indoors

Hello,

I purchased a 10' Adonidia Palm this spring, and it has done very well next to my pool.
I'm going try and preserve it through the winter in NJ, and bring it indoors, into my house.
Are there any special preparations I should make to give it the best chance of survival? Cut
back on the watering/fertilizing? Any info would be appreciated.

Paul
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Old October 12th, 2017, 03:39 PM
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I would like to buy some plants for my apartment, I live on the top floor and have a skylight, so I think I can pretty much any plant and was considering palm trees. I saw the Christmas palm in the lobby of the office building I work at but wanted to know if taking care of palms is harder than plants. How many times do I have to fertilize the palms and is it difficult to keep them green?
Taking Care of Palms is alot easier than most plants just know the right fertilizer for the palm you choose and water as needed when you see the soil dry. Also Please note when palms are indoors be cautious of the air vents as placing the palm near or directly under an A/C or Heater vent may dry the soil faster thus resulting in the palm needing to be watered more often. Just trying to help
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