Question: Two weeks ago I purchased 4 Pindo Palms. They were planted properly in an area that has good drainage. They have been maintained per the instructions I was given which was to water them 3 times a week watering them per the tree gallons (ours our 30 gallon trees). I have ensured that the fronds are not watered due to sunburning and turning the fronds brown. I have noticed a few not many fronds on two of my trees turning brown. Should I be worrying?
Answer: Palm tree often experience “transplant shock” because they lose a lot of roots during transplanting and have to rely on few roots to supply them with water until the new root system is developed. I wouldn’t worry at this point. Don’t trim the leaves. Let them naturally die. You can cut them when they are completely dry. Keep watering. It should be find. ~Susan Brian
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