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PalmGain® 8-2-12 Plus Minors

For Deep Green Foliage

PALMGAIN® Palm Plant FoodPalms, ferns, cycads, ixora, and ornamental plants need ample amounts of nitrogen, potassium, magnesium, iron, sulfur, and other micronutrients to produce lush green growth and vibrant colors.

Palmgain® 8-2-12 palm tree fertilizer is the easy way to ensure palm plants & palm trees have these meaningful elements.

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3 Tips for Better Palm Tree Care

Palm trees often bring to mind sunny weather and warm, tropical breeze. It doesn’t matter if it’s raining outside. Just catching sight of a palm tree can put you in the mood for beaches and sipping cocktails by the shore. However, while it’s quite easy to grow palm trees, it’s even easier to kill them off accidentally if you don’t have a clue about proper palm tree care!

To make sure you get to grow your palm trees, here are a few handy tips you should keep in mind:

  1. There are different types of palm trees. Tropical and subtropical ones are available out in the market. You could also go for coconut palm trees in your garden if you like. Whatever type of palm you pick, though, make sure you’re familiar with what it can withstand in terms of extreme temperatures. Some palms can last through the night outside, in winter weather. Others aren’t as hardy. So know your plant intimately—do your research—before you start planting one. This could save you a lot of heartache of going to all the trouble to plant a palm tree, water it, care for it, only to have it die on you when the weather takes a chilly turn.
  2. If you want palm trees inside your home, there’s no better way to make that happen than to put them in a pot. By bringing a potted palm tree inside your living space, you bring just the right touch of exotic inside.
  3. If you’re caring Read the product label for specific instructions.For garden palm trees, Better Homes and Gardens says it’s better if you water it frequently. But again, be careful not to overdo it. Too much water stops roots from growing. It’s usual to water most palm species three to four times a week. If you’ve the moisture-hungry ones, though, you’ll need to water it more frequently than that.

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