after 4 years at my new house I have been wondering what this one palm is. its not a royal or a queen palm
here is a closer look
Cocos plumosa (Queen palm).
That would be my guess also. Has it ever fruited ?? That's what separates the species gary
Definitely a Queen Palm, Syagrus romanzoffiana.
I had many wueens at my last house and planted 4 tall wueens here they all had have the long crond bases that fall off this odd tree although the frond to resembel wueens dose t have the long frond bases.
Mike, are you okay? If I didn't know better I'd swear you're having/had a stroke.
Anybody here know this guy and have a way to contact him?
Tom, good for you for being concerned. I have noticed that many of Mike's previous posts were written in similar style... I think he may just not take the time to make corrections... note that even the subject has a typo. Maybe difficulties with his keyboard/keypad? See a sample of his previous posts linked below.
Carol in Jacksonville
Here is a link that might be useful: mikem8560's postings
Well, I guess he's okay then, huh?
He's normal for Mike! Mike, we do love you. I hope you don't think we were making fun of you... I know Tom asked out of genuine concern... you are a valuable contributor to this forum... please come back.
sorry for the typos simply didn't see the W that should have been Q's'
actually I am a stroke survivor, 4 years nowl you should hear me speak :)
Well congratulations! That is awesome to hear! And you are gardening, too! Wishing you continued great health. :)
That is great Mike, we've come a long way in the management of strokes. Caught early, quality of life really doesn't have to suffer....