How Do You Transplant a Pygmy Date Palm?

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The only way you can transplant a Pygmy date palm is if you can get the entire root ball. Leaving any of the root behind can cause the tree to die. The tree does best if it is slightly root-bound.
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The pygmy date palm grows to a height of about 10 feet. It requires little pruning, but if you want to keep your palm looking neat and tidy, be careful not to ...
1. Water your pygmy date palm thoroughly once the soil is dry to the touch 2 inches deep. Mist the palm a few times per week to keep the humidity levels up. Never ...
1. Water your pygmy date palm thoroughly once the soil is dry to the touch 2 inches deep. Mist the palm a few times per week to keep the humidity levels up. Never ...
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