TreeHelp Complete Palm Fertilizer Spikes should be an essential component of your palm tree care program. Specially formulated to provide all of the nutrients a palm tree needs to thrive, TreeHelp Complete Palm Fertilizer Spikes will ensure your palm tree or sago stays healthy and beautiful. The spikes can be used for established palms, newly planted palms and potted palms.
Made for Palm Trees
These spikes were designed and formulated specifically for use on palm trees. They contain all of the important macro- and micronutrients palms need including Potassium, Manganese and Magnesium.
TreeHelp Complete Palm Fertilizer Spikes last for up to 12 months. Because palms often live in sandy soils, nutrients tend to quickly leach away. TreeHelp Complete Palm Fertilizer Spikes provide a constant supply of the nutrients palms need.
TreeHelp Complete Palm Fertilizer Spikes have met the highest standards in terms of both raw materials and manufacturing. Most importantly, they have been specifically developed for use on palm trees.
Easy to Use
Just hammer TreeHelp Complete Palm Fertilizer Spikes into the ground around the tree and water. Alternatively, use an auger such as the TreeHelp Soil Drill to create holes in the soil and insert the spikes. This has the advantage of increasing soil aeration and is easier to apply.
|How many spikes do I need?*|
|Recommended # of Spikes**||2||4||6||8||10|
* Most potted palms require only one or two spikes.
** If the tree is obviously stressed, you may want to apply more spikes.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Aug 2013
At least ours are not native............probably came from Florida.........but they sure have become comfortable at our home at Ocean Isle Beach, NC.
Been using TreeHelp Fertilizer Spikes for about 7 years now and wouldn't consider anything else.........tree's respond well and they're easy to apply.
Posted by L. FLETCHER on 20th Apr 2013
Living on an island in the Pacific Ocean shouldn't present challenges to raising palm trees, but it does when that island happens to be Vancouver Island off the west coast of BC. There are some types of palms that will grow and survive here in Victoria, but sometimes they show the resulting stress (ie: yellowing and spindly leaves and slow growth). I have three Windmill Palms growing on the property and for years (since planting them), I have supplemented the native soil content by using Treehelp's Palm Fertilizer Spikes. I'm convinced the robust health and rapid growth of my trees, when compared with others in the region, can only be the result of my regular application of these spikes.