The restoration process of the Pigmy Palm
with close up of the beautiful crown.
Restored Roellini Pigmy Palm Tree
The restoration process of a Robellini with a little Lesson From Dirk!
The restoration process of the Chinese Palm with colorful crown.
The restoration process of the Sable Cabbage Palm with colorful crown.
Special Thanks to our Amazing Customers Shara and Josh!
Restoring a beautiful
So guess what? We use a clean sterilized pull saw to groom and restore your Palm Trees. A fresh clean blade is used each and every time we remove material, dead or alive, from each individual tree, as not to spread germs. In contrast, other tools typically used do not or cannot follow proper sterilization requirements set by the University of Florida. So, what ultimately happens is fungal, bacterial and viral infections spread from tree to tree.
For some palm tree owners seed pods are a real mess. You might prefer the seed pods be completely removed to avoid the mess of the pods and the blooms littering your yard. Or you might prefer to watch the seed pods open and bloom. This allows insects and bees to pollinate the flowers and then have them removed.
So there is no wrong choice when it comes to seed pod removal. We will honor whatever you prefer!
Infant Seed Pod (left)
Mature Seed Pod (right)
You will notice that the mature seed pod actually has naturally occurring colors like the fronds.
Seed pod open with flowering blooms