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Old February 12th, 2011, 09:36 PM
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Old February 28th, 2011, 05:50 PM
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Old February 28th, 2011, 05:50 PM
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Hello,

I have two different types of palm tree. I don't know their names. They just don't look good.
Can somebody help me to keep them alive? Thank you
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Old April 28th, 2011, 01:14 PM
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hey i live in Utah and go to the university of Utah, i know this is very irrelevant but recently i heard these past two weeks that our campus was getting new Bismarck palms.that is very rear to have in the state of Utah so if you are a fan of any Utah sports come check out the new Bismark palms. absolutely amazing just to think of all the places in Utah they pick Utah university to place these Bismark palms in. did you you know that they are coming directly form Madagascar...got to love palms trees, in utah where you to have the best palms ever take some pics of your tree by the way im good with palms i can help
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Old June 23rd, 2011, 11:46 AM
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I'm a stay at home mom of 4 in the Ogden, UT area and all my kids are all in school now so I was looking to start a hobby to keep me busy while they are in school, and was thinking about putting some sort of plants, flowers, or something to make my dreary yard nice. So I came across some pictures of palm trees and stumbled across this site realpalmtrees.com that has all these kinds of palm trees, and I never knew it possible to have one up in my area. Was hoping someone could suggest some trees. I saw that there were some cold hardy palm trees that can do well and that is what I would need for the cold winters here. Can someone give me some pointers or info about this. Thank's
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Old September 28th, 2011, 01:54 PM
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Default I just bought a couple of windmill palms for my home

I did some research and there a re a couple of palm trees that do well in our area. The Mediterranean fan palm and windmill palm are good as well as the needle palm. The only problem with the needle palm is that it grows more like a shrub with needle like thorns up and down the fronds. So its not the best type of palm for kids. The Mediterranean fan palm is also a great palm and it is talked about in the scriptures when the savior returns to Jerusalem. So its a great palm to have and talk about. The windmill palm is from the Himalayan mountains.

I plan to get them in this weekend before it gets colder. Wish me luck.
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St. George, Utah is the "Miami Beach" of this state, meaning it has the most favorable climate available for palm trees. Here is a small Canary Island date palm:


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Keep your palms alive by contacting these tree doctors they will determine the underlying cause and with the right prescription recommend the perfect treatment plan and fertilizer. I purchased some from this real palm trees site and they had it shipped out the following day! I have about a dozen Areca palms that just weren't doing well I looked up the number and called here they were able to catagorize my poor sick trees and nurse them back to life Thank you Thank you Tree Doctors!
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You know this Utah weather is one of a kind and I am wondering if an Areca palm would do good in Salt Lake City? Please let me know!
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This past winter the St. George/Hurricane area received several inches of snow. Subsequently, two of our Mediterranean Palm trees turned completely brown, we were told that if we can pull out the top: They are dead. I pull the top of one off but it had several off-shoots that were green. Is there a method of replant these partly green off-shoots??
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I have two different types of palm tree. I don't know their names. They just don't look good.
Can somebody help me to keep them alive? Thank you
Have you tried to soak them overnight? Sometimes they need a good drenching to establish their new environment. Proper Hydration its easy!
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Old March 8th, 2018, 03:38 PM
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Keep your palms alive by contacting these tree doctors they will determine the underlying cause and with the right prescription recommend the perfect treatment plan and fertilizer. I purchased some from this real palm trees site and they had it shipped out the following day! I have about a dozen Areca palms that just weren't doing well I looked up the number and called here they were able to catagorize my poor sick trees and nurse them back to life Thank you Thank you Tree Doctors!
Along with Lots and Lots of Water for the first 3 months soak your Areca and keep the soil drenched. Areca will love you for it! Shade or Sun Areca is the One!!
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hi im from Grantsville utah and i got a palm that plays xbox
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I did some research and there a re a couple of palm trees that do well in our area. The Mediterranean fan palm and windmill palm are good as well as the needle palm. The only problem with the needle palm is that it grows more like a shrub with needle like thorns up and down the fronds. So its not the best type of palm for kids. The Mediterranean fan palm is also a great palm and it is talked about in the scriptures when the savior returns to Jerusalem. So its a great palm to have and talk about. The windmill palm is from the Himalayan mountains.

I plan to get them in this weekend before it gets colder. Wish me luck.
I had our landscaper install several of these windmill palms which we purchased from this store and out of 8 that were purchased only 6 have survived the harsh winters. I am intrigued about the Mediterranean palm and might use it as a focal point and will double as a manger scene for our Savior's birth. I have a few kids that are almost grownup and wished they loved nature as much as they love their electronics! This upcoming spring season, I am going to try to plan a green week for the neighborhood and maybe get some help from the kids!
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How long of you had them? How tall are they? Have you ever transplanted them into larger pots? And being in Utah, they probably need moisture on the fronds. Train misting your palm tree every day with water and the trunks too. Do you have any pictures?
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