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Jun 13, Some monocots are capable of growing a secondary root system for stability, but it's still a marked difference from the sprawling underground root system of many dicots. This is why your palm tree might suddenly lean ominously after extreme weather.
Mar 02, When a crown leans with a Queen in full sun, I typically think of an overstretched weak palm that had this condition from the time of purchase, even if unnoticed. Sometimes, commercially grown Queens from FL are too tall for their girth. Jun 03, Yes, some palm tree species are self-cleaning. Self-cleaning palm trees shed their dead and dried fronds, meaning they do not require cleaning or pruning to remove brown or excess fronds.
A common feature of self-cleaning palm trees is the presence of a crownshaft. Examples of self-cleaning palm trees include: King palms. Queen’s palms. Areca. Bracing a Queen Palm. Queen palms (Syagrus romanzoffiana, also known as Arecastrum romanzofiannum) are rapidly-growing, versatile trees often used as lawn specimens or street trees. The giant palm borer (Dinapate wright) is a black to brown beetle that can weaken palm trees internally. Its yellowish-colored larvae live within palm trunks, requiring several years to mature.
Feb 09, Improper pruning can introduce a disease that causes the whole top to fall off. Any injury to the top third of the trunk such as removing fronds improperly or shaving the trunk can introduce thielaviopsis. This is a trunk rotting disease that is not noticed until the top of the palm falls off. When applying water, wider is better! As a Queen Palm matures, it’s roots spread wider, but not much deeper than 18 to 24 inches.
So make sure that as your tree grows to apply the water wider every year. A good rule of thumb for this is to water an area at least 5 to 6 times as wide as the trunk diameter.