- Common Names: Guadaloupe Palm
pBrahea palms resent root disturbance so take care when removing from its pot at planting time. Otherwise it is trouble free,if keeping in a container, plant into the next size pot when necessary, carefully avoiding root disturbance, using a good quality multi purpose compost. Water in and give a good water when the compost becomes dry. Feed fortnightly during spring and summer with liquid seaweed to keep your palm in a good healthy condition. Kept like this, your palm should be quite happy for 3 years before the need to repot. Keep the soil dryer in the winter months but not so dry as to cause distress. If planting in the ground in mild gardens, make sure it is in a well drained position and plant with a good compost, it is best to plant in spring/early summer giving your plant some time to establish before the colder months.
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Paul on 18 May 2017
Arrived quickly well packed . Very pleased