Feb 18, 2015 ... ... skin trunk. They are not true palms, however, so can you trim ponytail palms?
Read here for the answer on how to prune a ponytail palm.
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Jul 28, 2014 ... From "A Show of Palms": Ronita, a professional horticulturist, brings her own
ponytail palm to "The Indoor Garden" set and lets you in on how to ...
The trunk of the ponytail palm is rough and thick with an expanding base ... ...
because the new top will grow faster than before, increasing the need to prune.
Your Ponytail palm will need its soil to dry well between watering, and if you have
... To keep this Bonsai miniature, it needs to be trimmed and pruned as new ...
May 12, 2005 ... I have a 20 year old Pony Tail plant. It lives inside during the winter, and outside
during the summer. By fall, it will be too tall to get back into...
Pruning Ponytail Palms: Can You Trim Ponytail Palm Plants - Ponytail palms are
truly interesting houseplants with their spiky poof of slender leaves and ...
Sep 20, 2012 ... But does the Ponytail Palm have a defense? ... I wouldnt prune a young plant
since like lzrddr said, they are not always very forgiving and may ...
The ponytail palm tree can live for decades if you give it the proper care. ... If by
prune you mean that you want to lop off your ponytail palm tree's head, you can if
Ponytail Palms are 1 of my favorite plants & so easy as ahouseplant & in the ... Hi
Alan – Yes, you can cut the heads off & if there's enough stem left on them, you ...
Learn how to grow ponytail palm, or elephant foot palm, indoors from The Old
Farmer's ... Can I cut the stem where it looks firm yet to try to spark new growth?