Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Christmas Palm Tree Seeds For Sale Veitchia Merrillii

We are selling Christmas Palm Tree Seeds 100 seeds per bag.
4-6 weeks delivery (price include delivery any destination)
US $170.61


 The Christmas palm (Veitchia merrillii) is a small palm with bright red ornamental fruit that develops during December each year. It grows to a height of 16 feet with leaves that reach 2 feet. Native to the Philippines as a common landscape plant, the Christmas palm does well in USDA plant hardiness zones 10-12 (where winter minimum is 35F) and its seeds are easy to germinate and grow.

  • Bleach
  • Potting soil
  • Spray bottle
  • Christmas palm seeds
  • Measuring cup
  • Container
  • Thermometer
  • Water

    1. Purchase seeds from a reputable nursery or collect them by opening the ripened fruit of an existing Christmas palm and removing by hand.
    2. Remove as much of the pulp from the collected seeds as possible and briefly dip them into a measured solution of 10 percent bleach and 90 percent water to kill bacteria that may be present. Rinse the seeds immediately with plain water.
    3. Fill a container with potting soil and moisten with water. Insert the seed just below the surface. Place the planter in a warm location with temperatures ranging between 70 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a thermometer to be sure. Do not place in direct light as this will dry out the seed rapidly. Keep the soil moist by misting with water from a spray bottle daily or as needed. The seed should germinate within 100 days.
    4. Transfer the growing seedling to larger containers as necessary or plant in your outdoor landscape. Its location needs to receive full sun and moderate rain. The soil should be moist but not soggy. Water during periods of drought.
    Credits to:  http://www.ehow.com/how_7614420_grow-christmas-palms-seeds.html

    The beautiful christmas palm will grow to an overall height of 16 feet. The christmas palm tree is easy growing and needs little attention, This easy care palm needs are  few when tranplanting palm trees. As, They will grow in almost any soil except those that are constantly soggy or flodded. Christmas palm is moderately salt tolerant. It prefers to be in full sun but will take some shade , And will appreciate regular watering but it can also be forgiving if you tend to forget to water it once in a while. Propagation,is best with fresh seeds,they will germinate quickly within 1 to 3 month, in a tropical climates.

    Watch your garden for a day and pay attention to the movement of the sun and where the shade of sunny areas are during the morning, Arfternoon and early evening. They require full sun, so find a spot in your landscape that receives sun light all day.

    Pick a location where christmas palms can be planted at least 15' apart. if you plant them any closer together, you may risk the chance of crowding the palms,optimal growth and health will depend on this. As usual always look for power lines. christmas palms will flourish in a soil ranging from 6.6 to 7.5 neutral to 7.9 to 8.5 which is more alkaline.

    Digging the hole for your palm. The depth and width of the hole will depend upon the size of the root ball of your christmas palm. Plant in a variety of well- drained  soil, including limestone but dig the hole twice as deep as the pot it came in and twice as wide and always add palm food to the bottom of the hole and adding a root stimulator is a plus. Mix 1/8 of the ground soil with fresh,new garden soil and place on the bottom of the hole. Water mixture thoroughly.

    Before you place your christmas palm in the hole make sure to break up the condensed root ball that has formed in the pot.Take the ground soil,mix it with the new garden soil and fill in the sides around the palm.Stomp down around the base of the tree making it compact with no air holes.Soak the tree and its roots,add more soil if the mixture settles too much.
    water the plant every day for a week.The next week,water every other day,after two weeks water soil as needed to encourage healthy roots.

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