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This one is behind Bardonna, where the palm frond wallpaper inside also makes a great backdrop for snaps.
Meanwhile, toss together thinly sliced large fennel bulb, chopped fennel fronds, celery ribs, red onion, 2 tablespoons olive oil, and fresh lemon juice.
But delicate raffia palm fronds can also be spun into fabric that resembles grasscloth — for a third of the price, says Frank.
Keep palms healthy; only remove the dead fronds and old flower heads.
The worker was stuck in the skirt of fronds near the top of the tree, requiring firefighters to cut away at the skirt to reach the tree-trimmer, Holder said.
Flak jackets, hoodies, and t-shirts—with cyborg palm trees, featuring standard fronds but with barbed-wire trunks—captured that intent.
After the foliage dies back in the fall, cut the stems to the ground and mulch over the roots with a thick cover of evergreen fern fronds.
Infected palms can be hard to spot because the larvae live inside their host trees; residents should look for dead and drooping fronds, as well as damage to the palm’s crown.
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Origin and Etymology of frond
First Known Use: 1785See Words from the same year
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: a large, long leaf
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