Privacy Hedges for your Home

Ring a Bell Farms

DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION


EXCELLENT QUALITY

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$25

$25

$20

$35

CLUSIAS

PODOCARPUS

SMALL ARECAS

LARGE ARECAS

15 Gal Pot

15 Gal Pot

6 Feet

8 to 9 Feet

Installation: $15

Installation: $15

Installation: $15

Installation: $6

CLUSIAS

15 Gal Pot

$25

Installation: $15

$25

PODOCARPUS

15 Gal Pot

Installation: $15

15 Gal Pot

$25

Installation: $15

$20

Installation: $6

6 Feet

SMALL ARECAS

Installation: $15

$35

8 to 9 Feet

LARGE ARECAS

INSTALLATION $15 + DELIVERY COST BASED ON LOCATION

DELIVERY COST BASED ON LOCATION

  • Provides Privacy from Neighbors
  • Easy to take care and maintain
  • Improves your property's appearance
  • Good alternative to fences
  • Provides security to your home
  • Cost Effective

18955 SW 177th Ave Miami FL 33187

RING A BELL FARMS

Call Rigo (305) 988 9292
W.A Rigo (305) 988 9292
Robellini Palm

Robellini Palm

Regular price
$12.00
Sale price
$12.00
Unit price
per 

Feathery fronds and small stature make the pygmy date palm one of South Florida's most popular landscape palms. This beautiful, easy-care palm works almost anywhere as an accent plant for any size yard...even close to the house or by the pool. Naturally a solitary-trunk palm, it's most often seen with two, three or even four palms planted together to make a multi-trunk specimen. The additional trunks add fullness to its graceful form. A single-trunk pygmy takes up less room and generally grows straight up, making it a good choice for a narrow spot. One with double trunks can frame and showcase a focal point beyond it.

It takes full sun to partial shade, making it easy to find a great planting location in the yard. Happily low-maintenance, a pygmy palm should be planted with top soil as a soil amendment, and fertilized with granular palm fertilizer in spring, summer and fall. Old fronds and occasional seed pods will form a brown "petticoat" under the greenery; trim them off now and then. Water on a regular basis.

Plant at least 3 feet (4 or 5 would be even better) from the house, positioning the trunks of a multi-trunk specimen in a way that makes sense for future growth. Pygmy palms can be grown in containers and work well in pool cage planters, since they grow so slowly and don't get too tall. Give this palm lots of light while in a container.