OK I don't live where there are palms and have never worked with them but the clue would be to observe how palm fronds "act" when they are on the soil..do they rot, or are they still there years later..does water shed or soak into them..that type of observation should be able to tell you how you can use them..also note if they seem to kill off any plants that they are near..if so they might be alleopathic..but if not..sure..use them in any application that they seem fit for
Bloom where you are planted.
posted 7 years ago
Thanks for the reply and nice blogspot! I like your recommendation to just observe. I plan on hiking around a local forest to see how palm fronds interact with the forest floor.