If you remove it, the palm tree will not continue to grow.
Jun 24, When your palm tree fronds begin to droop or turn brown they quickly lose the tropical island appeal. Not many people know that palm trees actually belong to the evergreen family of trees which is why brown or yellow fronds are much more noticeable.
Palm trees can be infested with bugs as well as the more popular Fusarium Wilt fungus or Nalanthamala Vermoeseni also known as pink rot. Sep 15, My Bismarck Palm was damaged during Hurricane Irma last year. The frond coming out of the heart at the time was blown over and turned brown.
Many other fronds were damaged. There are still at least 6 fronds left on the tree that are green but no new fronds since the hurricane in Sept.
I live in upstate SC.
Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. May 28, According to some studies, the growth of a Palm tree can be stunted. Stunted growth simply refers to the stoppage or prevention of a plant from growing properly.
Stunted growth in plants usually occurs as a result of a deficiency in the nutrients that are essential to the plant for normal growth and stumplopping.barted Reading Time: 9 mins. Apr 20, If the tree is actually on your property (regardless of how the fencing runs), then he has no say in whether the tree can be removed or not. If he's worried about it falling, then he should get some home owner's insurance to guard against this type of"act of nature." If it's on your property, isn't it your tree?