Coconut palm needs transplanted soon.
Seems kinda fast, just last year I transplanted it into a bigger container. I now see roots begining to come out of two of the drainage holes. In a few days I think i am going to transplant it in a larger container. Probably best to do it now while weather is warm.
Once planted in a bigger contianer it will be very heavy, next step after that has to be planted in the ground. I'm not sure what I am going to do when it has to planted in the ground. Any ideas? I wanna avoid giving it away or having a permanent green house. Thats a few years away but I rather plan now.
Only thing I can think of is building a temporary green house during colder weather by using pvc pipe and a few layers of plastic. That should allow light in for slow growth, help keep the palm dry (especially the roots) and hopefully add some protection against frost and cool weather. It will need a heat source though, our winters are very cloudy/rainy. What works best?