Need help - Nothing looks healthy
We moved into this home (Phoenix, AZ) a few years ago and I've tried a lot of things, talked to local nurseries etc. I've already lost one queen palm about a year ago and replaced it. Now the new one isn't looking so good. I have my single valve drip system set up for 60min a day and have Rain Bird variable 360 micro-bubblers (most set to around 2GPH). I just dug up a few and the first 3in of soil seems moist about 5 hours after being watered (I'll check again tonight).
I did some Miracle Grow all purpose continuous release plant food for the flowering plants in early march and some continuous release palm plant food on the palm during the same time. Also mixed in some new all purpose soil during that time. The palms have always looked like this no matter what I try however the flowering plants look extra sad this year. We have had some record heat and my yard gets about 10 hours of sun a day.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Even any help with identifying would be appreciated.
Queen Palm #1 (2 years old):
Queen Palm #2:
Queen Palm #3:
I've seen this one fully bloom once and it was beautiful. It tried to bloom in mid-spring but has been crispy since the heat wave came. I suspect this one may be over-watered?
Had a few blooms on this one mid-spring which would open in the morning and close at night. Since the heat came some of the leaves have yellowed and the blooms mostly shriveled up and fell.
This one has little pink flowers with white on the inside but has been really sad this year.
Normally has little orange flowers but hasn't bloomed.
Normally has little yellow flowers but hasn't bloomed.