How do you skin a palm tree?


To skin a palm is a rigorous procedure left up to professionals. It requires removing the fronds all the way to the trunk of the tree. Removing the fronds will ensure rodents and insect do not find shelter in your home.
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How to Skin a Palm Tree
From Mexican Fan palm trees to Sabal palms, every palm tree looks different. As with any tree, palm trees need regular maintenance in order to keep them healthy and looking good. The removal of dead leaves or fronds from a palm tree is an important part... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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