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Posted by deggs.m. united kingdom (deggsmoorcroft@hotmail.com) on
Wed, Mar 26, 14 at 13:09

Hello everyone I have just registered and am now a member.
I live in the uk, my situation I am new to gardening and don't know that much just a bit really.
I have been searching the net for days and could not find a solution to what I want to do with my chamaerops humilis, My palm has 3 /maybe 4 trunks I want to know what is the best way on how to remove the trunks , so I just have 1 main trunk.
I have seen these palms with just 1 trunk , but I have no idea how to remove them and what with.
My palm is 60cm if that help at all , and can I remove fronds at the base . I have more photos if that helps can you only upload 1 photo ?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
thank you


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