Everyone who grows palms is proud of them and puts them in a prominent place to attract the eyes. Wherever we grow them – winter gardens, greenhouses, at home or outdoors in the summer conditions of life must be good. Before we buy a palm tree, we must consider our decision. If we want it to be big, we also need to provide space, and there must be free passage around it. If the palm feels good it grows fast and this should be taken into account, and that means more space will be needed each year. For the type of Phoenix that has pearl leaves it takes more space than for Trachycarpus or Sabal they are fanciful.
Informing about the features is important, so we can save ourselves later disappointment. In some species, there is a danger of hurting – Phoenix canariensis has needle-sharp spikes on the feathers. Chamaerops himilis, Livistina and Washingtonia have sharp teeth or thorns on both sides of the leaf stems and they can to be dangerous. When choosing a palm, it should be slender, strong, evenly distributed leaves. If there are spots on the leaves it means she is sick. Color is not a criterion for health in species it is different. The color range goes from dark green to blue-green, light green-gray to metallic shine. Offered on the market are usually treated against pests, however leaves of the leaves should be carefully examined. Imported to the house, pests can also affect other nearby plants. There are types of palm trees that feel good all year round in heated living quarters, others prefer summer to outdoors.Suitable for warm living quarters are the following types of palm trees: Archontonphoenix (s), Area (s), Caryota (s), Chamaedorea (s), Chrysalidocarpus (s), Euterpe, Howeia (s), Licuala (s), Livistona (s), Microcoelum (s), Phoenix cansiensis and Dactyliferia Phoenix roebelrnii.
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Types of palm trees that are the best in the summer are: Arecastrum, Butia, Brahea, Chamaerops, Livistona, Phoenix canariensis, Phoenix Dactyliferia, Rhapis, Rhopalostylis, Serenoa, Trachycarpus, Washingtonia – these species can winter in cool and bright rooms. The newly purchased palms pass through an acclimatization phase. For this to happen quickly, it is necessary to balance the main factors of influence: heat, light and water. For palm trees, it is good not to move frequently, to watery and to watch carefully. For her development, it is important that the place chosen is appropriate from the very beginning. For this, the following tips will help you: Light, water and air humidity are important factors for palm growth. So we have to carefully choose where it will stand, when to water it, the humidity of the air is appropriate. Types with little need for light – a north window at east or west exposure should be placed side by side in the window. Types with average light need – east or west window at south exposure should be placed side by side in the window. Kinds of light need – Choose a southern window and possibly a south-eastern or southwest exposure. See more at that palm tree blog.