Palm Tree Bark?

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The bark of a palm tree is easily damaged, as a result of which, the tree becomes quite vulnerable to insects and fungi. Palm trees are often planted in parks and gardens, particularly in areas that have little or no frost. For long, these trees have been symbols for victory, peace and fertility.
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Palm trunks exhibit spiraled whorls (common of most monocot plants) the fronds are arranged spirally around the stem with the older frond (or frond scars) closest to the ground. Most
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There must be a few people who buy palm trees where they don't normally grow since I have since them in places besides California. Anyone could buy them.
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The palm tree is actually a fragile tree and can get diseases and fungus very easily
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1. Chop into the bark with an axe at a downward angle. Cut at least ½ inch into the layer beneath the bark called the sapwood. Repeat this technique until you've made cuts
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