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Why are the fronds on my Bismarck Palm turning red/gold?

Arizona, United States Us

I planted a 25 gallon Bismarck Palm about 2 years ago and it's been growing fine until I came home today and found that several of the fronds are turning red/gold. This literally happened during the last 48 hours. Does anyone have an idea of what may be causing this?


On plant Bismarckia nobilis

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This looks like Trachycarpos fortunei. Do bear in mind that no leaves - even evergreen leaves - last for ever. They might just have come to the end of their usefullness to the plant and will be replaced by new leaves during the spring.

8 Apr, 2009

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