Palm Tree Planting, Relocating, Removal
There are a lot of tree relocators in SW Florida, but which one make the greatest effort to insure a successful transplant? We do of course!
Some of the palms pictured above include:
-Two Royal Palms (Roystonea regia) with 25 feet of grey wood
-Bailey Palm (Copernicia baileyana) native to Cuba- 5 feet of grey wood
-Cohune Palm (Attalea cohune) native to South America- about 22 feet overall
-Rigid Palm (Copernicia rigida) from Cuba
-True Date Palms (Phoenix dactylifera) about 30 feet overall
-Siler Date Palms (Phoenix sylvestris)
-Blue Bismark Palms (Bismarkia nobilis)
-Coconut Palms (Cocos nucifera) with 15 feet of grey wood
-Hundreds of native Cabbage Palms (Sabal palmetto)
-Giant Mexican Cycads (Dioon sp.)
and many more…
Root pruning: A process whereas root-sensitive palms (usually from arid regions) are prepared for transplanting. One side of the rootball is dug and back-filled each month for four months. Then the entire palm is pulled and transplanted in its new location. This reduces trauma to the tree and is often done on Bismark Palms and King Palms.
Transplant Fertilizer: This is a specialized fertilizer that contains small particles that absorb water and release it slowly to newly cut roots. It also contains beneficial bacteria which aids in new root development. Transplant trees root in quicker and grow faster.
Palm Tree Planting, Relocating, Removal by Seabreeze Landscape Services, specializing in design & installation in Lee, Collier, and Charlotte counties, FL.
We sell out of our Ft. Myers nursery to landscapers, contractors, nurserymen, and others who are in the business. Visit our nursery website.
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We exist to add value and appeal to homes and businesses by modernizing the look and functionality of the landscape. We believe in saving people money on water, fertilizer, pest control, maintenance, and future plant replacement costs by utilizing the best varieties of palms and plants in the industry. The result is increased property values, reduced monthly expenses, and less negative impact on our South Florida ecosystem.