If your garden is small choose to highlight only the Imperial Palm.
Mother Nature has presented us with a huge variety of species of palm trees, just so you have an idea, there are currently more than two thousand different types of palm trees cataloged by science. And in today’s post we will treat one in particular, the Imperial Palm. The Imperial Palm, scientific name Roystonea oleracea, has an interesting curiosity and is directly related to the history of our Brazil. They say that in 1809 Prince Regent Dom Joao VI planted the first molt of Palmeira Imperial on Brazilian soil.
From then on, it was not long before the plant became a symbol of aristocracy and monarchy. However, nowadays the species has become so popular that it can be seen in designs of all kinds, from the most luxurious to the most simple.
Characteristics of the Imperial Palm Tree
Imperial palm stands out for its size. This species reaches up to 40 meters in height. The leaves of the Imperial Palm are lush and can reach up to five meters in length resulting in a crown of up to twenty leaves arranged upright and horizontal at the top of the palm.
The Imperial Palm tree blooms in spring in clusters lengths up to 1.5 meters in length in white. After the flowering, in early summer, the Imperial Palm produces small fruits that attract wild birds, especially macaws, parrots and caturrites.
How to plant Imperial Palm
The Imperial Palm is usually planted from seedlings already footprints with at least 60 centimeters in height. Planting should be done at the definitive site in a trench of suitable size for the plant with a mixture of coarse sand and organic fertilizers or fertilizer NPK 10-10-10. Another important detail for the good development of the Imperial Palm is exposure to the sun. This species needs full sun and should be planted in a place that contemplates abundant sunlight.
Although you prefer the tropical and warm climate, the Imperial Palm can be grown in mild climates, however, cold and constant frosts, the plant may not survive.
How to care for the Imperial Palm
Care for the Imperial Palm is simple and basically requires watering and fertilization. Watering should be done periodically, especially while the plant is still under development. Once grown, rainwater itself is enough to keep the plant healthy. However, in the driest seasons of the year you should do the watering manually.
The fertilization of the Imperial Palm should be done regularly with fertilizers suitable for palm and organic fertilizers. In general, the plant responds very well to fertilization and grows quickly with the aid of fertilizers.
The pruning of the Imperial Palm should be done by cutting the leaves dry or are about to die, but never aesthetic reasons, because the palm tree can suffer irreversible damages.
Imperial palm in landscaping
The Imperial Palm always stands out in a landscape design. The best way to use Imperial Palm in a project is to plant it in large places, since in small places it tends to be disproportionate. Another way to use Imperial Palm in landscaping is to form rows that result in an ornate pathway, ideal for avenues, avenues and sidewalks. Palm tree Imperial is also another good alternative.
Imperial Palm: price and where to buy
The Imperial Palm can be purchased in landscaping stores and Garden Centers in seedlings usually 60 centimeters or larger. The price will vary according to the size of the palm tree, but on average a small seedling leaves for approximately $ 40. And then, there is space there for an Imperial Palm? In this case, be sure to check out the inspiring suggestions on how to insert the Imperial Palm in landscaping:
Plants that like shade, like the syntonics of the image, look great when planted under the Imperial Palm.
Imagine taking the Imperial Palm into the house? It was not just imagination here, it was real.
Palm trees mothers and palm trees daughters: see what interesting composition among the palms of different sizes.
Correct fertilization accelerates the growth of the Imperial Palm.
Tropical garden with palm trees leading down to the main entrance of the house.
The exuberance of the leaves of the Imperial Palm is a show apart in this species.
The directed lighting left these imperial palms with cinematographic style.
The Imperial Palms are closing with the gold key the rustic and cozy design of this house of apparent brick.
One afternoon the shadow of the Imperial Palm, good, right?
The palm trees are also great for ensuring that rustic look home.
Be it a classic or modern home, the Imperial Palm fits.
Perfect place to plant Imperial Palm trees: on the seashore !.
Over the years, the Imperial Palm tree easily doubles in size and exceeds the height of the house.
Like in this garden, where the palm trees created a green wall around the main path.
The wind from the beach seems to blow in favor of this palm tree.
Here, different species of palm trees form a lively and lively composition.
Even though they are still small, these Imperial Palms already offer a great shade.
The Imperial Palm is beautiful when planted in rows to form paths.
No wonder the Imperial Palm has that name, notice the majestic bearing of the species.
High, the Imperial Palm trees reveal their leaves at the top.
A major difference from the imperial palms to other species of palm trees is the sturdy trunk.
And if the palm trees came before the house, do the construction integrated to them, literally.
The Imperial Palm can also be planted alone and become the highlight of the garden.
The rustic and ecological house opted for a garden made only with Imperial Palms.
When planting large specimens of Imperial Palm it is important to surround them with stakes until the complete handle.
Entrance of the house adorned with the presence of the Palmeiras du Palais Imperial.
In this house only she gives, the Imperial Palm.
But of course this does not stop you from forming a composition of two or more palms.
Low and low plant species can be used to line the ground where the Imperial Palm trees were planted.
In this house, the Imperial Palm trees form the external landscape complemented by the artificial mini-lake.
Next to the wall, the Imperial Palm trees stand out.
A great architectural advantage of the Imperial Palm trees is that the species harmonizes with different styles of architecture.
The white of the house forms a beautiful contrast with the intense green of the Imperial Palm trees.
You can not the Imperial Palm, unless the leaves are dry or almost dead.
Wide areas further highlight the beauty of the Imperial Palm.
Imperial palm at the entrance of the house in the company of other species of palm trees.
The low flowerbed marks the area dedicated to the still growing Imperial Palm.
A large company in the living room.
Beach house suits what? Imperial Palm.
The white wooden deck transformed the look of the Imperial Palm Trees.
Tropical climate in the mountains.
Majestic, the row of Imperial Palms dictates the way forward.
If the intention is to create an outside area worthy of royalty, bet on the Imperial Palm.
Remember, the Imperial Palm loves direct sunlight, so give it to her.
When they reach maximum growth, these palm trees will be the highlight of the façade.
Larger, smaller ones: the important thing is that the Imperial Palm Tree receives the necessary care to always be beautiful and healthy.
The shape of the pool follows the layout of the Imperial Palm trees.
A palm tree at each end of the pool.
Still in the growth phase, but already demonstrating all its capacity to embellish external areas.
Already here, palm trees bring shade tailor made for those who prefer to stay by the pool.
Note here how the Imperial Palm trees change the look of the house facade.
The Imperial Palms bring magnificence to the design of the house as a whole.
Imperial Palm: flowers in spring and fruits in summer.
Already here, the palm beds are “inside” the pool.
Traditional landscaping of palm trees around the pool.
When planting an Imperial Palm at home make sure that the place has enough space to house the up to 40 feet tall that the plant can reach.
The stakes around the palm tree help to give greater support to the Imperial Palm that has just been planted.
In this garden, the Palmeiras Imperiales duo stands out unanimously.
Modern house with garden of Imperial Palms.
The vinca bed forms a beautiful contrast to the Imperial Palm.
Here on this facade, the Imperial Palm trees seem to guard the house.
Want a more tropical landscape than this one that unites palm trees with swimming pool?
Shade and fresh water: a yard that everyone dreams of.