Here is a nice example of a hybrid that is becoming more common as the years go by. The triangle is the mother and the teddy bears the father and it is a fast grower with a little more cold hardiness. Definitely worth a try anywhere that a triangle will grow and possibly even one half zone colder!
I discuss the unique characteristics of the Teddy Bear Palm, its cultivation requirements, and the misnomer that the Redneck Palm is synonymous with this palm.
Here I discuss the cultivation requirements for the triangle palm as well as where it grows in habitat in Madagascar. It has become a staple of the palm industry here in Florida in has a very unique look about it growing in three separate directions but distinct.
Here I talk about a relatively well used palm for landscaping here in South Florida but also in many other parts of the tropics. It is related to many other species I have also covered in the past and this one was a long time coming!
A step-by-step guide on how to grow a Coconut palm tree from a store-bought dehusked Coconut. Check out my transplant video for this Coconut: http://youtu.be/t00Ur9pe7GI Find me on facebook! facebook.com/thekiwigrower
Triangle Palm - how to grow and care Triangle Palm for sale https://amzn.to/2HgsRv7 www.growplants.org/growing/triangle-palm Triangle Palm growing, information for pruning, careing
This is one of the few species of plants I have on this channel that is not actually a palm but is often referred to as one. It is a very common house plant and Landscape plant in Central and South Florida as well as other subtropical climates around the world.
Here I found some great representations of the Lipstick Palm, an ultra-tropical palm from Southeast Asia. These do great out on a patio or in a greenhouse but don't do as well in the ground unless you're in the tropics!
So we have germinated Coconuts, now here is what's next!
Palm trees require very little irrigation in South Florida improper irrigation placement of head and nozzles can lead to trunk rot causing secondary bacterial diseases and allowing pests to damage palm trees. You should never irritate a palm tree directly or allow water to hit his trunk most palm trees do not require any irrigation at all. https://www.naturepest.com/top-5-palm-tree-care-mistakes/