Yellow Queen Palm Experiment

Embracing Our Interdependence With Nature

Yellow Queen Palm Experiment

I have a very small Queen Palm or Cocos Plumosa in some of the whitest soil on my property. That poor palm has been yellow for as long as I can remember. Over the course of many years I have done very little for it. I am sure that at least once I have put a shovel full of Palm Fertilizer on it. It was better for a short time, but it always returns to yellow. This Palm matters very little to me. I have many more healthy specimens coming up all over my property. I see this poor little thing as a blessing though. It provides me with a chance to do an experiment. I have pulled the weeds from it’s drip line, and I have mulched it with tree leaves, bunny manure, and used coffee grounds.

The pictures show what has happened to my yellow Cocos Plumosa in a month since I mulched and fed the soil beneath it. New growth is coming out green. I will make another post on the progress of this experiment after another month or two no matter what happens. This is a simple experiment. I can put anything but synthetic fertilizer on it, and I will report everything that I apply, and post new pics.


2 Responses

  1. Amazing at how effective the correct gardening techniques are. It is a modern miracle like modern medicine.

  2. admin says:

    Thanks for your comment Danny. This miracle is old as dirt, but let us continue to watch this experiment unfold and draw our conclusions then!

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