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Old February 12th, 2011, 12:45 AM
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Welcome wonderful people of Missouri, 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 June 22nd, 2011, 10:54 AM
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Default Bamboo Palm Tree

I work in a law office here in Kansas City and would like to know a little more about the bamboo palm tree. Like, is it an indoor plant, how much sun, will it need, high or low maintainance plant, and anything else anyone can tell me. Please.
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Old September 29th, 2011, 03:10 PM
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Smile Bamboo palms make great office plants

I work at a local college here and we have areca palms in the lobby and in our offices. It makes everything more lively, I brought one home that someone didnt want and then I split them up and had two plants. Bamboo palms are not high maintenance and can go at least 2 to 4 weeks without being watered and still look good. I forget to water one a couple years ago for a long time and it still looks good. I wanted to get some cold hardy palms for my landscape like the windmill or european fan palm.
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Old September 29th, 2011, 03:14 PM
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Default Some great indoor palms would be

Some great indoor palms would be the areca palm, bamboo palm, kentia palm, christmas palm, the king palm, and the sago palm. If you do want more sunlight or to grow plants indoor especially palm trees just switch out the bulb to a fluorescent light bulb or an indoor growing bulb.
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Old October 23rd, 2017, 01:17 PM
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Whats there to do in Missouri? I was just visiting the Missouri botanical garden and I am looking for my own plants and friend for a hobby anyone else in missouri share the same interests? I was thinking of building my own green house I Arrived from chicago last month and needed an escape from the big city to write a novel. If anyone lives near Branson write me here so we can chat and possibly give advice on the whole green house ordeal.Or is anyone has a green house of their own I would appreciate the tips. I have never done this before so a shot in the dark here we go. I need to preserve as much oxygen and nutrients through plants because I believe Global Warming is the real deal. Is anyone else on the same page Lets make a foot print and attempt put a stop to Global Warming Please Please Please Recycle God bless Our people and children in the future
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Old May 18th, 2018, 05:56 AM
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Palm trees are giving us the fruit which has the name of dates but also want totally attention to care of them to watering them. In my garden all the palm trees are under care in my paper writer reviews company to look after them and also for the watering them on time.
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Behind the apartments, theres a red brick house and it has a palm tree in the back yard. Its not tall. Its like around 5 or 6 feet but its weird looking at it covered in snow sometimes. I think the owner tries to get the snow off the trunk but its definitely a palm tree. And its been there for a while, I would say a couple of years.
During Christmas he had lights on it which melted the snow off I think. I have a small ponytail palm inside my apartment and it looks awesome, but this winter has got to stop! Its still a high of 35!
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Default Great question about tropical plants and palms, any help?

I've been wanting to do a revamp of my entire porch and around my outdoor pool area. So I have it nailed down to only cold hardy palms, but are there palms that look tropical and cold hardy? If not what type of plants would look tropical and endure the cold season?
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Not excited with the royal palm as it only has three fronds, I imagined it to be fuller. Next stop will be ordering majesty palms or bamboo palms, I am trying to make our front foyer more of a tropical entrance before it gets too cold and we fly down for winter
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Whats there to do in Missouri? I was just visiting the Missouri botanical garden and I am looking for my own plants and friend for a hobby anyone else in missouri share the same interests? I was thinking of building my own green house I Arrived from chicago last month and needed an escape from the big city to write a novel. If anyone lives near Branson write me here so we can chat and possibly give advice on the whole green house ordeal.Or is anyone has a green house of their own I would appreciate the tips. I have never done this before so a shot in the dark here we go. I need to preserve as much oxygen and nutrients through plants because I believe Global Warming is the real deal. Is anyone else on the same page Lets make a foot print and attempt put a stop to Global Warming Please Please Please Recycle God bless Our people and children in the future
Some people are talking about the Bamboo Palm I love and own a pygmy date its a small palm but it looks good in my window and it makes my apartment feel tropical. And yes I do recycle.
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Old February 5th, 2020, 10:11 AM
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I work in a law office here in Kansas City and would like to know a little more about the bamboo palm tree. Like, is it an indoor plant, how much sun, will it need, high or low maintainance plant, and anything else anyone can tell me. Please.
Im in Columbia MO, I think the Bamboo is an indoor palm correct me if I'm wrong. Im no expert but I think its one of those palms that don't need much light or water. I have a pygmy date that I kept alive for about 2 years now. Its easy I just give it water. People have been talking about the Bamboo Palm that it cleans the air and its real easy to maintain.
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Whats there to do in Missouri? I was just visiting the Missouri botanical garden and I am looking for my own plants and friend for a hobby anyone else in missouri share the same interests? I was thinking of building my own green house I Arrived from chicago last month and needed an escape from the big city to write a novel. If anyone lives near Branson write me here so we can chat and possibly give advice on the whole green house ordeal.Or is anyone has a green house of their own I would appreciate the tips. I have never done this before so a shot in the dark here we go. I need to preserve as much oxygen and nutrients through plants because I believe Global Warming is the real deal. Is anyone else on the same page Lets make a foot print and attempt put a stop to Global Warming Please Please Please Recycle God bless Our people and children in the future
Check out the Dickerson Park Zoo if your into exotic animals.
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Old March 10th, 2020, 09:16 AM
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Hi My wife and I live in Springfield we host about 25 different Louis-style barbecue's a year. My wife had a great Idea and that was to bring some palms around with us when we set up would yall know if there are easy care palms we can toat around with us on the road? They sure would make a nice atmosphere for the guests.

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