Pindo palms are generally very healthy trees if planted appropriately. However, there are a few insect pests of pindo palm trees, including the palm leaf skeletonizer and scale insect. For more information on pindo palm pest problems, click here.
Can I save my frosted pindo palm? Is my pindo palm dead? Even this tough palm can be damaged by a sudden cold snap. Click here and learn how to assess pindo palm frost damage. There’s a good chance the plant will rebound when temperatures rise in spring.
You may live where winter means sub-freezing temperatures and still be able grow pindo palm trees. It?s possible for them to survive in your part of the world, but only with proper winter protection. For pindo palms, it?s an ongoing process, and this article can help.
Pindo palm trees suffer from nutritional deficiencies but fungus or occasional bacteria are usually the causes of diseased pindo palm plants. Click this article for more information on pindo palm disease and what to do for prevention and control.
Even though they tolerate cold, you might still have issues with a pindo palm. Problems with pindo palms may be insect or disease related - or both. The following article contains information on common pindo palm problems and how to manage pindo palm issues.
Pindo palms are popular trees, especially in public landscapes. But homeowners and gardeners may find themselves wondering: how much fertilizer does a pindo palm need? Click here to learn more about pindo palm fertilizer needs and how to feed a pindo palm tree.
Germinating pindo palm seeds requires some patience and know how to get the process correct and achieve a baby palm. The following article outlines how to propagate a pindo palm with the steps needed for success. Click here to learn more.
Grown both as an ornamental and for its tolerance to the hot, dry climate, pindo palm (jelly palm) trees bear fruit too, but the question is, ?can you eat pindo palm fruit?? Click this article to find out if the fruit of the pindo palm is edible and jelly palm fruit uses, if any.
It?s easy and convenient to grow pindo palm in a pot or container since these palms grow very slowly. For more information about pindo in a container and the growth requirements for container grown pindo palms, this article will help.
Palm trees come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and species, and it?s not always clear how much each tree needs to be pruned, if at all. Click this article to learn more about how and when to prune a pindo palm tree.