Palm Tree Patio...my world
Its been a while since I have shared my palms with everyone. Since I am in Alabama, and can not grow must in the ground during the winter, so I have adopted to grow them in pots. This has worked really good over the years. Many of these plants were small when I started with them. My tallest spindle palm was just a little 2 foot plant when I brought it home from Key Largo, the fan palm was the same. My idea has always been, if you cant live with them, bring them to you...lol
Welcome to the world of Tiki
Flowering cattleyas are always nice.
Looking through the Tiki Bar you see several of the palms on the patio.
As we look around we have the Christmas Palm, 3 trunk.
We have a huge spindle palm, six foot of trunk, in a 29 gallon pot.
Hyophorbe indica, I bought this when it was real little, it has taken years and years for this to get the size it is.
I have several triangle palms, and a fan palm.
This was a really little plant when I start growing it. It has started to speed up in the past year. This is Chambeyronia macrocarpa, the red leaf one.
I have about 10 spindle palms in various sizes.
Moving on there are the bottle palms. These are growing nice and fast now.
Then I have the Roebelenii palms. These are old plants too. The one with the long arm sticking out is an old walmart plant from 20 years ago.
There we have it. I am hoping to add some more plants in the future. I am always looking for something new. I do put these plants in the greenhouse during the winter so space is a must. I also have a huge queen palm with 6 foot of trunk too, forgot that one. Hope you enjoyed the visit.
Post questions if you have any.