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Q.Queen palms

Zone 32259-6256 | Ira Alford added on September 12, 2017 | Answered

Thank you answering my question, but I think I asked the question the wrong way. I meant to ask about the new growth coming from the top of my palms. If they are broken should I just leave them, cut some back, or cut them all the way out? Also is this going to kill the palm trees?

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Answered on September 12, 2017

My apologies. Leave them. They will often repair themselves. Even if they are broken, and on their way to dying off, they will give nutrients back to the plant as they do so. This hill help them have energy to put out new growth. It is safe to leave the new growth as it is.

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