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Old April 18th, 2013, 06:04 PM
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Default Texas Landscaping Photos and Ideas

I want this palm too but I cant tell if it is a MExican Fan Palm or California Fan Palm?


I want my mothers landscape to look like this. Can anyone help in or around the area?



And I want some of these palm trees in there too?

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Old April 18th, 2013, 06:11 PM
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Default You have many different palm trees in the pictures

Yes that is a Mexican fan palm in the picture and the second one might be a bunch of king or piccabean palms...The third photo has Malayan coconut palm, king palms, banana plants, an over sized pygmy, and a foxtail palm! Unless your in California, Texas, Florida, or somewhere like those states, you probably cant have a yard like that! Im just sayin
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Old April 18th, 2013, 06:47 PM
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Default Those are beautiful landscapes and homes

I have a pool service company and if you need any pool help or jacuzzi help, please let me know. You can email me at quickpoolservice@gmail.com. I really like the pools with the boulders and water running down them, it has more of a natural look while giving the area a sense of tranquility!
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Old April 19th, 2013, 04:41 PM
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Default Unless you service the Memphis area...lol

I dont think your going to be coming by my area mr.quick service.... But the pictures of the landscapes are really nice and yeah, I thinkIknow was on the money with the palms in the pictures... the other pictures had a canary island date palm though
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Old October 17th, 2017, 02:01 PM
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Question Good indoor palm tree for dim lit office?

I want to change my office to a more zen like office as the stress is getting to me... So if anyone knows whats a good palm to have in an office in Dallas, that would be great! It has a window which allows my office to be bright for about an hour a day, other that that it would need to live in fluorescent lighting. Also the thermostat reads 75 degrees everyday, so the palms got to be able to live and thrive in a 75 degree environment. Watering is not a problem as im in the office through the week, any suggestions palm lovers?
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Old November 26th, 2019, 07:46 AM
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I just finished my landscape project. I did a lot of research and planning to get right palms with easy to maintenance. The canary island date palm and the malayan coconut palms are great for Dallas areas. I made the mini investment for the landscape lighting that really brings it all together. I learned that the lighting will also act as heater for your plants if the temps go below 25. In between the canaries and coconuts I added Macarthur's to fill in the rest. Christmas Palms are really nice too. they both look relatively similar I went with the Macarthur because they get a bit taller. What are those are in the picture above surrounding the wooden deck pool/jacuzzi? They look a lot like the Christmas but I'm not sure. A few tips for the wise I was able to save a few bucks by hiring my landscaper in November versus the spring summer months because they have less work and more free time in the winter months. I found that drawing my own rendering saved a lot of time and the landscaper had a clear picture of placement and what I wanted done etc. Also a little secret get a truck load of dark soil delivered. I called silver creek materials they delivered a truck load and that's what we used to plant the palms in versus the original soil that they dug there's so much acidity in the soil here its better to replace with good soil. I know that's why my palms look so gorgeous -lots of luck!

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