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"By the way I just got my three 3 gallon B. alfredii from you. They look great and shipping was fast. Thanks for your reply, Jeff."
COLD-HARDY PALM TREES
These are palms that can endure lows of 32°F (0°C)
to -15°F(-26°C) respectively. They are well-suited for mild to moderate climates in
northern FL, AL, TX, AZ, NV, and CA.
Beccariophoenix alfredii- Cold Hardy Coconut Palm Withstands temps down to 25°F; single trunk; mature height 50ft An exciting introduction in recent years, this palm may eventually replace the common Coconut Palm in landscape applications! It produces small seeds that are only 1 inch in diameter, is fairly fast growing, tolerates drought and low humidity, and is every bit as beautiful as a Coconut Palm. Discovered on the high central plateau of Madagascar growing along rocky streams, this palm has been imported into the United States and grown by only a select few nurseries. It is great for Florida, Hawaii, southern CA, and mild climates in AZ, NV, TX, LA, NC, SC, VA, and GA. *NEW* Mule Palm (xButiagrus Nabonnandii) >Click here to order One of the first palm tree hybrids, the Mule Palm is a hybrid between the common Pindo Palm (Butia capitata) and Queen Palm (Syagrus romanzoffiana). It is fast-growing, extremely drought-tolerant, and bears a slight resemblance to the common Coconut Palm. It tolerates hard freezes down to 15 deg F. We have 12ft specimens available by special order (above).
Rhapidophillum hystrix- Needle Palm; Porcupine Palm Withstands temps down to -15°F; clustering; mature height 6-8ft
Sabal minor- Dwarf Cabbage Palm Withstands temps down to 5°F; clustering; mature height 6-8ft
Serenoa repens "Silver"- Palmetto Palm; Saw Palmetto Withstands temps down to 10°F; clustering; mature height 6-8ft Syagrus schizophylla x romanzoffiana F1 (Syagrus Xmontgomeryana)- Coco Queen Hybrid Withstands temps down to 25°F; single trunk; mature height 30ft >Click here to order