It is strongly recommended that the Canary palm trees are planted in the appropriate climate. If you are residing in any of the hardy zones outlined by the USDA like 9,10 or 11, you can go ahead and plant a Canary palm tree.
Room around the tree
In order to allow the Canary palm tree to grow to full height, which can be about 60 feet upon maturity, you must leave enough space around it. Keep in mind that Canary palm trees grow slowly and continue to do so for a number of years. By leaving ample room around the tree, you can ensure that it grows smoothly without damaging any object that comes in its way.
While planting a Canary palm tree, you should make sure that the plant receives as much sun as possible.
You can form the pineapple shape by pruning the trunk of the Canary palm tree. It is completely your choice if you want to leave the trunk in its original shape or to make it look like a pineapple.
You are required to spread a handsome amount of fertiliser around the base of the Canary palm tree. While choosing the fertiliser, you need to make sure that it is specifically made for palm trees, having a higher concentration of both potassium and nitrogen in comparison to the level of phosphorus.
You can prevent insects such as palm weevil from causing damage to the tree by applying insecticide on the trunk and base of the Canary palm tree.
Trim and prune the tree
Remove dead fronds by using a chainsaw or a set of shears. You should regularly trim and prune your tree.