Talking about acclimation, I have a Majesty Palm that is going great guns
here, growiing like a weed. The days are getting shorter, its still happy
and growing, but I was wondering this same thing. Its been in full Sun all
Summer, hotter than hell on a wooden deck, I couldn't even walk out there in
the heat of the day but the palm loves it, has put on 8 fronds this year,
Now I am thinking of Winter and what to do, the deck is high, way high, I
acclimated it this past Spring to the Sun and gradually brought it out to
the Sunlight, should I do the same thing? Put it under the deck until it
gets too cold here for it and bring it inside?
"how" <hodec at my-deja.com> wrote in message
news:3B981C08.56A89DEE at my-deja.com...
> Heather wrote:
> > Hello All-
> > I am hoping you can help me with my house plant. I am not sure
> > exactly the species but it is certainly a palm, about 4 1/2 feet tall
> > right now. Anyway, I got it about a month ago and since then almost
> > all the tips of the leaves have browned
> > snip
> Where was this palm grown? If it was grown in higher light than it has
> now it could take about 18 months to acclimate. Tip browning can be
> caused from over or under watering and from fertilizer burn among other
> reasons. At least stop adding fetilizer each time you water, the soil
> you used has enough fertilizer (although the wrong type) to last for a
> couple of months.
> Did you re-pot at the same level it was before?
> Could you describe the plant at all? Some 'palms' turn out not to be
> palms. ;)
> hth -_- how
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