We had a palm in our yard that took a hit during the last cold snap. The one in your photo looks better than mine.
So glad to hear they were healthy enough to begin with. Perhaps a more stressed tree would not have made it back.
Had they flown to a gentler climate?Lol: word verification: gators
They are so big - here we can grow them only as pot plants, which obviously is complicated in winter unless on has really big place:)
Ahh poor babies. Nice to see the green again. Will someone clip out the dead parts? MB
I would like a palm-tree in my garden, but not the high temperature ;-)
It's happening the same here. I've never seen palm trees, cacti and other succulents (Yuccas, Agaves, Aloes, etc.) so damaged as in this past winter!
I am not a great fan of palm trees...maybe because I have not been around them much. But there is something either about this one or the way you took the photo that I really like.
Gorgeous trees and nice to see they are going through! I like the angle of your picture.
Good news!I like so much those beautiful palm tress from there!HugsLéia
the poor fronds, someone should climb up there & cut the dead ones off so that the nutrients will travel to the greener parts of the tree!
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