Join Steven Brown as he uncovers what is behind the sickly Washington Palms.
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Ganoderma Butt Rot is a Frequently Occurring Fungal Disease of Florida Palms. The Fungus Produces Several Large Fruiting Bodies, Known as Conks, at the Very Bottom of the Trunks. All photos taken by Stephen H. Brown
Stephen Brown, from Lee County Extension, shows how to correctly prune a cabbage palm otherwise known as Sabal palmetto.
Sansevieria hyacinthoides makes a great groundcover and container plant, but ever so slowly, it sometimes creeps away from its original location.
How to Identify the Traveler’s Palm from The White Bird of Paradise [Video] Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension
Learn the difference between the traveler ‘s palm and the white bird of paradise with Stephen Brown, Lee County Extension Agent.
Stephen Brown explores a red mangrove mangal in southwest Florida and tells you what’s inside the mangal and how these trees grow. “Identifying three Mangrove Species YouTube” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vonk49… “Brazilian Pepper Thicket YouTube” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-rLUu…