PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Officers in Florida say the outlook for a one-of-a-type 4-headed palm tree isn’t good.
The Information Herald stories that an skilled research discovered that the Pindo palm in Panama Metropolis is in “irreversible decline” due to various elements together with age, structural deformities, root dying and certain a lightning strike.
Assistant Metropolis Supervisor Jared Jones says the town in all probability should take away the tree quickly.
It’s a disappointing analysis for a lot of. St. Andrews Commissioner Mike Nichols calls the tree a bit of artwork, including it “has had an exquisite life.”
Specialists say the tree is eighty to one hundred years previous.
Metropolis officers are brainstorming a alternative for the palm. The main suggestion is to create a sculpture from wooden. However Jones says he’s open to different concepts.