Do golden cane palms have invasive roots?
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Simply so, are palm roots invasive?
The roots of palm trees reflect the fact that they are monocots and are related to grasses and onions in that they start life with a single seed leaf. While most palms don't have invasive roots, the root systems extend laterally as far as the crown of leaves, enabling them to harvest water from a wide area of soil.
Similarly, how far apart do you plant golden cane palms? Answer: Hi Greg, golden cane palms need to be at least 3-4 metres apart to give them plenty of room to grow.
Moreover, are golden cane palms fast growing?
Growth Rate The golden cane palm is slow growing, only adding about 12 inches to its height throughout the course of a growing season. It may eventually gain 28 feet of height total, though this means it could take 28 years to reach full height.
What grows under golden cane palms?
As long as the temperatures are hot and humid, tropical plants will reward you with colorful foliage and flowers all summer long. This grouping includes Alocasia, coleus, impatiens, African mask plant, elephant's ear, and Cuphea.