When it comes to trimming palm trees it doesn’t have to be done very often but when you do, there are techniques for pruning palm trees properly, Learn how easy it is and the do’s and don’ts.
When it comes to trimming palm trees it doesn’t have to be done
very often but when you do, there are techniques for pruning palm trees properly, Learn how easy it is and the do’s and don’ts.
With almost all Palm trees you may be surprised but you will only have to do one major trimming a year.
You may want to touch it up a bit more often if you like the
very neat and clean look like I do so I will trim the lower fronds two to three times a year on my small palm trees.
Palm trees are perfect for those of you who want a tropical looking garden with low maintenance but like most of us don’t have a lot of time for gardening because our everyday lives.
Below is a video for how to prune a Sego Palm tree
Although the basic idea is the same for pruning most Palms and for proper Palm Tree Care either outdoors or indoor palm trees!
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Below are the main tools you will need for correct pruning, sheers and gloves.
Pruning Palm Trees
No matter what palm trees species it may be or where its grown like, palm trees in Florida, palm trees south Florida, California palm trees, Hawaii, Tahiti, it doesn’t matter where they are or what palm trees species they may be, they all need the same kind of tender loving care.
Remember some fronds can be gently pulled away and others may need to be cut.
The ones that are cut will later dry out and be easily pulled off for a cleaner and neater looking trunk for that pristine tropical garden look!
Out of all the palm trees species, the Sago palms are a beautiful type of palm tree but they are really high maintenance and you will have to do much more trimming each year than any other palm tree.
If you have tall Palms you will come across some challenges reaching the dead or dying fronds, you may have to hire someone but if they are reachable the best thing to do when they are completely dead is to pull them off.
Make sure when you are trimming fresh fronds do not cut them close to the trunk of the palm #1 it can cause the tree to die and #2 it can invite bugs and diseases to find their way into the tree making it sickly looking or it can actually cause it to die.
So when you do cut them when the fronds are still green cut about two inches from the trunk to help prevent any future complications with the growth of your tropical tree.