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Majesty Palms fronds twisted issue

Posted by mcgyvr2009i Schenectady, NY 5b (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 2, 12 at 17:19

I have a majesty palm and the fronds are twisted. The leaves are straight but getting thinner. You know how some fan blades are twisted? Well, that's what the fronds on my majesty palm look like. I placed it outside after the early frost we had so it can get some last season sunlight. But why on earth are the fronds twisted? If you can tell immediately what this is a symptom of, I'm listening. If you are not sure, let me know and I'll post some images. Thanks in advanced.

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RE: Majesty Palms fronds twisted issue

Pictures are always helpful to get maximum views, responses and best advice.

RE: Majesty Palms fronds twisted issue

Could someone have given it a swirly?(-;

Can you give it a reverse swirly??

Also,was this palm outside when Sandy came by....0:

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RE: Majesty Palms fronds twisted issue

Only the beginning of the storm. Once I read that the winds were supposed to gust over 60mph and sustained between 25-40mph. I brought it in.

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