Queen Palm Trees
- 15 gallon(6-7ft)
- 25 gallon(8-10ft)
- Field grown 8-10 ft
- Field grown 10-12 ft
- Field grown 12-14 ft
- Field grown 14-16 ft
The Queen Palm tree (also known as Cocos Palm) is very popular as an ornamental tree used in commercial and residential landscaping. However, the fronds die early and must be pruned to keep the tree visually pleasing. The sheaths of the pruned fronds remain on the tree for several months and are an ideal breeding place for snails and caterpillars. It is a medium-sized palm, growing to 15m tall, with pinnate leaves. It is very similar to the coconut palm.
Adonidia Palm Trees
The Adonidia Palm tree is moderately tolerant to salt and drought, doing well in sunny areas. Adonidia Palm tree also known as “Christmas palm” and is a great palm for any pool and patio. This solitary, neat palm is a popular choice for small areas, residential yards, entranceways, interior- scapes and pool enclosures and as a container porch plant. Our Adonidia Palm trees are available in single, double, and triple trunks.
Roebelenii Palm Trees
- 7 gallon (2-3ft)
- 15 gallon (5-5ft)
- 25 gallon
- Field grown 5-7 ft (multi/singles)
Roebelenii Palm trees are popular with home owners for its graceful tropical appeal. Robeleniis Palm trees work well for small areas, entryways, and for residential yards. Our Roebelenii Palm trees are available in single, double and triple trunks.
Coconut Palm Trees
- 25 gallon (8-10ft)
- Field grown 1-3ft trunk (16-20ft oa)
- 22ft-30ft priced by trunk length
The Coconut Palm tree is a member of the family Arecaceae palm family. The Coconut Palm is a large palm, growing up to 30 meters tall, with pinnate leaves 4–6 meters long. As a self-cleaning palm, old leaves break away cleanly, leaving the trunk smooth. The Coconut Palm tree is grown throughout the tropics for decoration, as well as for its many culinary uses. The Coconut Palm requires high humidity climate for optimum growth.