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                                 Booted  Sabal                                                   Clear Trunk Sabal


The Sabal Palm (Sabal Palmetto) also called the Cabbage palm tree grow as far north as coastal Virginia, and Carolina landscapes and are cold hardy to below zero temperatures.  The Sabal palm is drought resistant, requires little care or growth maintenance when planted in landscapes, and is also salt water tolerant.


Sabal palm trees are considered the state tree in Florida and South Carolina.  They can grow to 40 feet.  During hot weather they have long white flowers that produce small  oval shaped black fruit which fall to the ground.  Because Sabal palm tree roots do not branch like other palms, transplanting the tree can be difficult unless the leaves are all removed before transplanting into home landscapes.


                  Sabal                                               $299.00        8-12 ft tall
                  ( Clear Trunk of Booted)                                          ( approx. 450-800 lbs.)

                  Delivery charge                          $ 100.00

                  Installation Fee                           $  50.00


       Discounts are available on the purchase of 3 or more trees.  Call for
       more details.



Pindo Palm Trees - Cold Hardy Palms

Pindo Palms can grow up to 20 feet and has:

  • Long, feathered leaves
  • Leaves ranging from light green to bluish gray and growing 5 to 10 feet long.
  • The trunk normally reaches 12 to 15 feet with a diameter of 1 to 15 feet.

Cold Hardy Pindo Palm Tree Information

This beautiful feather palm trees have long pinnate leaves that arch and recurve towards the ground from atop a thick stout trunk. The trunk can grow to 20 feet, but normally reaches 12 to 15 feet with a diameter of 1 to 1.5 feet. Typically, the old leaf stalks persist for years, although specimens with clean trunks are not uncommon. Leaves range from light green to bluish gray and grow 5 to 10 feet long. The leaf stems range from about 2 to 4 feet in length and have spines along both edges. The palm produces bright orange fruit (often called pindo dates in the deep south). These palms vary in form. Specimens raised in dry and/or infertile soils tend to be smaller in stature with smaller leaves. Light also affects the plant's form while those grown in full sun are more compact.

Pindo Palm Trees Usage

This palm makes a great accent which fits well into small areas like courtyards and entries. It is a tough plant and survives in hot urban landscapes and can thrive anywhere if watered and fed.


       Pindo (also called Jelly Palm)        $225.00    ( Approximately 4-6 ft
                                                                                                                         tall & 4-6 ft. wide.)


     Delivery charge                           $   25.00

    Installation   fee                          $    25.00


    Discounts available on the purchase of 3 or more trees.  Call for           
    more details.


Mexican Fan Palm (Washingtonia)Trees - Cold Hardy Palms

Mexican Fan Palms (Washingtonia robusta) have many fine attributes including salt resistance and fast rate of growth. The cold hardy Mexican Fan Palm has a slender trunk topped with crowns of large fan-shaped evergreen fronds.

Cold Hardy Mexican Fan Palm Tree Overview

Soaring to over 100 ft (30.5 m), this skyscraper of the palm world is a striking sight. Mexican Fan Palms have:

  • A gray trunk ringed with closely set leaf scars although usually at least part of the trunks remain covered with dead leaves that hang in a thatch.
  • The solitary trunks, about 10-12 in (25.4-30.5 cm) in diameter, bulge at the ground and become slender as they approach a crown of large palmate leaves with gracefully drooping leaflet tips.

Cold Hardy Mexican Fan Palm Trees Description

Large, rapid growing, and hardy all describe the Mexican Fan Palms.   Native to the riparian washes and gullies of Northern Mexico, Baja, Southern California and Arizona Mexican Fan Palm trees are very drought and salt tolerant once established.  Adapted to a wide range of soil types, and climates.  This species easily hybridizes with the California/Desert Fan Palm (Washingtonia filifera) and a wide variation in phenotypes (outward appearance and growth characteristics) occurs under cultivated conditions. 

Mexican Fan Palms Usage

This is a spectacular palm for landscaping large areas.  Mexican Fan palm trees are also frequently seen guarding the entrances to upscale housing developments and standing in regiments along boulevards. 

       Washingtonia Palm              $450.00              ( These Trees are 12-14 ft. tall)

      
Delivery Charge                          $  50.00

     Installation Fee                           $50.00              

     Discounts are available on the purchase of 3 or more trees.  Call for 
     more details.


Windmill
Palm
 

Description
Windmill Palm is one of the most cold hardy palms available. It is beautifully compact and grows to heights of 20 to 40 feet. Windmill Palm has a rather slender single stem that is 8 to 10 inches in diameter and is typically a bit narrower at the base than at the top. Trunks are usually covered with a loose mat of coarse gray or brown fiber. In older individuals the fiber sloughs away to reveal a smooth ringed surface. Chusan Palm, as it is also commonly called, has light to dark green palmate leaves that are lighter, almost silvery (glaucous), on the underside. They are held on thin 3 foot flattened stems that are finely toothed along both edges. Leaves are circular, about 3 feet in diameter and segmented about halfway. They are flat with leaf segment tips held stiffly, but occasionally you will see individuals with droopy tips. Leaves are arranged into a symmetrical crown that is about 8 to 10 feet wide. Specimens grown in full sun and/or under poor conditions may have much smaller, more compact crowns.

Male and female flowers are borne on separate plants (so this palm is said to be dioecious). They are densely arranged on 2 to 3 feet long branched stalks called an inflorescence. The windmill palm's bright yellow inflorescence erupts from a packetlike bud in late winter and early spring and is held within the crown. On female plants the flowers are followed in late summer by round or oblong blue fruits that are about 1/2 inch in diameter.


Usage: This palm makes a great accent which fits well into small areas like courtyards and entries. It is a tough plant and survives in hot urban landscapes and even thrives there if watered and fed. Chusan Palm is perfect for containers if care is taken that they are well drained. It is very attractive planted in groves and groupings especially when plants of different heights are staggered in irregular patterns (plant the tallest palms in center of the groups and shorter ones at the edges). 


                Windmill Palm         $225.00 and up (Starting at $225.00 15 gallon )

             
  Delivery Charge       $   25.00


           Installation Fee       $   25.00      
     
   

        Discounts are available on the purchase of 3 or more trees.  Call
       for more details.

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