Palm Trees

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Windmill Palm Tree

Starting at $144.99

Growing Zones: 7-10

Areca Palm Tree

Starting at $27.99

Growing Zones: 10-11

Needle Palm Tree

Starting at $139.99

Growing Zones: 7-10

European Fan Palm Tree

Starting at $119.99

Growing Zones: 8-11

Sago Palm Tree

Starting at $109.99

Growing Zones: 8-11

Christmas Palm Tree

Starting at $139.99

Growing Zones: 10-11

Palm Tree Fertilizer Spikes

Starting at $22.99

Majesty Palm Tree

Starting at $229.99

Growing Zones: 9-11

Pygmy Date Palm Tree

Starting at $82.99

Growing Zones: 10-11

Queen Palm Tree

Starting at $119.99

Growing Zones: 9-11

Ponytail Palm Tree

Starting at $61.99

Growing Zones: 10-11

Pindo Palm Tree

Starting at $179.99

Growing Zones: 8-11

Bismarck Palm Tree

Starting at $184.99

Growing Zones: 9-11

Bottle Palm Tree

Starting at $229.99

Growing Zones: 9-11

Lady Palm Tree

Starting at $289.99

Growing Zones: 9-11

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Fishtail Palm

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Growing Zones: 9-11

Sold Out Coconut Palm Tree

Growing Zones: 10-11

Palm tree

Exotic, island-inspired looks in your landscape.

You don't have to live in the tropics to enjoy palm trees in your yard! Even northern homeowners can add cold hardy Palm Trees to the landscape. From the Windmill Palm to the Queen Palm and beyond, our trees deliver exotic good looks to your garden.

How to Grow Palm Trees

First, choose the right tree to survive in your climate. If you buy a Palm Tree that's outside your growing zone, ensure it's suited for indoor growth and move it inside when temperatures drop.

Sunlight and watering needs will vary, however. For instance, some Palm Trees require 6 to 8 hours of full afternoon sun per day, while others may prefer partial sunlight.

How to Plant Palm Trees

When you're planting Palm Trees in a container, select a container with drainage holes that's 2 to 3 times the size of your plant's shipped container, leaving room for establishment.

Before your Palm Trees are established, it’s important that you water frequently to help the roots grow. As a rule of thumb, water your young Palm Trees at least 2 to 3 times per week, or more if you live in a drier, hotter climate.

How to Care for Palm Trees

First, only prune your tree when the fronds are discolored or broken. Palms get most of their energy from their fronds, so avoid removing too many. By gently trimming your Palm Trees, you'll have a healthier, longer-lived plant.

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