Palms

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Queen Palm

The queen palm has become the standard urban palm with its graceful appearance throughout Southern California. This well known palm is known for its canopy of large and dark green leaves. Vertical accent, grows quickly.

King Palm

A stately accent to the landscape and works well as a single or multiple trunk plant. Loam/sand soil adaptable. Moderate drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 30'.

Pindo/Jelly Palm

Pindo is the hardiest feather leaf palm. The arching blue green leaves add color to its surroundings. Full/partial sun exposure. Loam/sand/clay soil adaptability. High drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 15'.

Blue Hesper Palm "Mexican Blue Palm"

Striking blue color and slow growth habit. Hardy to 18*F. Has the ability to adapt to most enviornments, becoming a great accent to any garden. Adapts to heat and wind. Grows slowly, 6' to 1 foot of trunk per year. Avg. Ht. 40ft.

Sago Palm

Popular accent to tropical landscapes. Partial sun exposure. Widely adaptable. Moderate drought tolerance. Avg Height: 10'.

Mediterranean Fan Palm

Widely adaptable to most climates…even has ability to survive snowy conditions. Once well established has a high drought tolerance. Full sun exposure. Wide soil adaptability. Probably the hardiest palm. Can survive 6*F

Kentia "Paradise Palm"

A spectacular tropical accent plant. The most graceful palm with dark green, long droopy leaves. Plant in protected areas such as entries and atriums. Loam/sand/clay soil adaptability. Moderate drought tolerance. Full/partial shade sun exposure.

Triangle Palm

This palm can be a great addition to both the indoors & outdoors.One of the most unique of all landscape palms in appearance, due to its precise three planed arangement of leaves. Avg Height: 25 feet.

Pygmy Date Palm

Small stature and slow growth makes it a popular accent plant for tropical gardens. Planted as single and multi trunked. Needs full/partial shade/sun exposure. Loam/sand/clay soil adaptable. Moderate drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 10'.

Canary Island Date Palm

This big, heavy trunked palm can sometimes reach 60 feet in height. Hardy to 20*F

Senegal Date Reclinata Palm

This palm needs sufficient room to grow. Best if trimmed up to reveal slender, matted trunks. Full/partial sun exposure. Loam/sand/clay soil adaptable. High drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 25-30'.

Majesty Palm Majestic Palm

Great pool specimen, used as vertical accent. Needs partial shade and fertilizer to maintain green color.

Giant Bird of Paradise

Lush green foliage. Cut off and thin out dead leaves regularly. Full/partial shade sun exposure. Moderate/low drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 30'.

Windmill Palm

Considered a hardy palm because of its ability to survive severe weather with minimal or no damage. Full sun exposure. Loam/sand/clay soil adaptability. High drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 25'.

Olive Trees

Considered a hardy palm because of its ability to survive severe weather with minimal or no damage. Full sun exposure. Loam/sand/clay soil adaptability. High drought tolerance. Avg. Ht. 25'.