The canary date palm produces a fruit that should be trimmed off yearly. If left too late in the year the fruit will drop to the ground and burst.
Sometimes the canary date palm is mistakenly called a pineapple palm. It is not related to pineapples in anyway, but this name comes from its appearance which does resemble a giant pineapple.
If you have any questions about canary date palms call Nevada Tree at 702-433-4700. Our professional team can help you determine the best time to trim your canary date palm to keep it looking its best!