As like other people who love plant tree only inside but only outside the house. I like many kind of plant tree and flowers, they make me feel better and relax after tired working day. So far, I have Petunias in front of doors, our children really loved that.
Palm trees are an especially elegant addition to the decor of both the garden and the interior or a house. Though many people believe that palm trees are tender and need much pampering, many of them are surprisingly hardy. Though its true that many palms are tropical plants, some can even live outdoors in places where a few winter days can dip below freezing. One of the more cold hardy palms for example, is the blue or dwarf palmetto palm. A gardener who lives in the northeastern United States, for example, will have to protect their palm from cold weather.
The one thing a gardener has to think of is how big their palm is going to grow. Most outdoor palms are planted as small seedlings in a garden, but some of them can grow to be a hundred feet tall. More, several species of palm grow surprisingly quickly. Even as they plant the seedling, the garden should envision what this tree is going to look like in a few years. A big palm tree can completely overwhelm and imbalance a garden.
Palm trees are best when they’re not planted in groups. A gardener, if they have space, can plant one tall palm in one corner of the garden and another tall palm in another corner and have under plantings of smaller palms, or plants like bamboo, prostrate pines and yuccas.
Another benefit of palms, besides their beauty and symmetry, is that they have shallow roots. They can be planted fairly close to the house without the homeowner worrying about the roots invading the foundation.
Outdoor palms are planted like any other tree. The gardener should dig a deep, saucer shape hole, place some compost or topsoil at the bottom and plan the seedling. Though most palm trees eventually require a great deal of sun, the seedling might have to be protected from too much sun at first, probably with shade netting. The seedling should be well watered for the first few weeks till the gardener sees that it’s growing. Most palms like well drained soil, lots of water, especially if they live in dry climates and good fertilizer. The larger the palm, the more it’s going to need fertilizing. A yearly top dressing of manure or compost is ideal.
Many indoor palms are surprisingly tough and don’t need that much care, but some need a bit of pampering. Most indoor palms need bright but indirect light. Direct summer sunlight through a window can scorch the leaves, though this isn’t such a problem in winter. Some palms, like the Lady palm and Fishtail palm, can tolerate lower light, though they do best if the light is bright.
If a palm is from the tropics it will require a warm room to thrive in. The rule for watering is the rule for most houseplants. Let the soil dry out a bit, then give the palm a thorough soaking. The palm shouldn’t be watered a little every day, or be allowed to stand in water. How much humidity the plant needs also depends on its origins and a hand mister can be used to fill this need. Spring is the best time to fertilize indoor palms, perhaps every week or every two weeks. The palm, like most houseplants, shouldn’t be over fertilized.