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Cordyline Australis

Little joe

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I’ve just bought 2 palms from the local garden centre. They are both around 6 feet tall but one of them has new growth sprouting above the main body of leaves which by the size of its stalk has been allowed to grow for a while. The branches which are coming from this growth have little buds on them. These are my first ever palms and now I’m worried if I let this growth go on it will cause stability problems and maybe deficiency problems. Because I’m a novice  I need some expert advice. 

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We too have these trees newly planted this year.

 

We were advised to remove the flowers as the trees need to establish themselves rather than putting their energy into flowering.

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