So, I had a row of queen palms put in... shoot, I have to guess about 18 months ago... probably a little more.
Anyhow, 4 of 5 are growing great, however one blew over in the wind about 2-3 months ago. I tried re-staking (though it was a feeble attempt), and have even tied the palm off to two points on a nearby fence.
There is new growth on the palm within the last month.
When I grab the trunk, I can move the tree and see a disturbance in the soil.
Sorry I don't have much more to go on than that, however if somebody thinks they can truly assess the situation from pics or video I can arrange that.
My question is: Should I try to re-stake and tie it up, or should I remove and put in another tree now to try to keep the tree line the same (or close)? Should I try to dig it up and re plant it in it's same spot? Does anybody have an alternate solution?
This is happening in the same planter that I am referring to back filling in another thread.
Thanks in advance!!!!