How do you repot a ponytail palm tree?


To repot a ponytail palm tree, moisten the soil in the original pot. Select a new pot that is at least two inches larger. Put drainage material and a layer of dirt in the bottom. Tip the palm out of the original pot and settle it into the new one. Pack dirt loosely around the roots and over the top of the original root ball.
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From its fat trunk to the long, graceful clusters of strappy leaves, the ponytail palm (Beaucarnea recurvata) adds interest whether you grow it outdoors or as a potted houseplant.
first it has to bloom and young palms don't bloom. It takes many years. There are many websites that offer pony tail palm seeds for sale. 0 0 Comment
If you don't have a palm tree growing in your back yard and don't have a blow-up palm tree hidden in the closet, you'll need to make a palm tree. Pick up several pieces of blue poster
1. Mix quick-set cement with water in an old bucket, following the manufacturer's instructions. 2. Fill the gallon-size tin can to within 3 inches of the rim with cement mixture.
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How to Grow a Ponytail Palm Tree
Ponytail palm trees (Beaucarnea recurvata) are native to Mexico and related to yuccas. Pony tail trees are drought tolerant and can suffer from overwatering. In containers, the palm tree can grow to 8 feet tall. Ponytail palms do not have trunks, but a... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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