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Coconut tree doesn't give any nuts it's an old tree. i live in sacramento it's like a 9b no other trees near 8 years never one coconut. im gonna take some pictures but is there any idea of something i can do .. like adding sand or putting some manure around the tree? something or am i crap outta luck?


any idea of breeds that might give me nuts and how long until i would get them in my area?
 
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Drive a couple nails in it, at least that is what works in the tropics.

Seeing as how you are in zone 9b. It might never bear. How about jelly palm or date palm.
Here is a list of palms that is good for zone 9
http://www.therainforestgarden.com/2011/09/tropical-looking-palms-for-temperate.html
 
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S Bengi wrote:Drive a couple nails in it, at least that is what works in the tropics.

Seeing as how you are in zone 9b. It might never bear. How about jelly palm or date palm.
Here is a list of palms that is good for zone 9
http://www.therainforestgarden.com/2011/09/tropical-looking-palms-for-temperate.html




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