Answer: I would suspect that your new palm is showing signs of transplant stress. While it isn't very attractive to see yellowing or brown tips on an palm frond, the fronds will eventually die off and healthy new fronds will grow. As long as the growing conditions are good, your palm will thrive and yelowing tips will be a thing of the past. Water your new palm deeply once each week until winter, then, if rainfall is sparse, water when the top inch or two of soil dries out. Once the roots become established, and the weather warms up, you should see new growth from the crown of the plant. Enjoy!
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