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Cocos Nucifera
Common Name:
Coconut

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Coconut palm trees are grown tropically and sub tropically.
Mainly grown for its fruit and fiber by the commercial and industrial users.It is also used in landscapes.

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Areca Catechu Palms Nursery

Palms

Scientific Name

Areca Catechu

Family

 Arecaceae

Genus

 Areca

Species

 Catechu

Common Names

 Betel Nut Palm

Type

 Palm

Height

 10 to 40 feet

Hardiness Zone

 11

Description


Areca palm grows in the topical region, so loving warm and humid
conditions
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It has rapid growth rate and is not cold tolerant. It is also used in interior landscapes.
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Wodyetia Bifurcata Palm (Foxtail) Trees Young Plants Seedlings Growers WholeSale Suppliers

Palms

 Scientific Name

Wodyetia Bifurcata

Family

Arecaceae

Genus

 Wodyetia

Species

 Bifurcata

Common Names

 Foxtail Palm

Type

 Palm

Height

 20 to 30 feet

Hardiness Zone

 9b

Description


Spectacular foliage is the beauty of foxtail palm.Its canopy in mature palm ranges in 8 – 10 leaves. Capable of producing fertile seeds singly because of the presence of blossoms of both sexes on the same plant. Its canopies  have much resemblance with the shape like of the  bottlebrush and with the  tail of  fox.

Traveler’s-Tree is ideal for creating an exotic,
tropical effect with its very large, banana-like leaves,
each up to nine feet long and held in fan-shaped
formation, and the unusual, small, white flowers which
are held erect in canoe-shaped bracts. Leaves
are usually seen tattered and torn from exposure to the
wind. Traveler’s-Tree will reach a height of 30 feet
and a spread of 18 feet, growing at a moderate rate. It
makes a nice tropical accent in a large landscape,
growing too large for most modest-sized yards. The
common name is derived from the fact that weary
travelers would quench their thirst on the rainwater
collected in the enlarged sheaths at the base of the
leaves.
Traveler’s-Tree will produce best growth in full
sun, though small potted plants may be grown in shade
for a period of time. Plants should be grown on fertile
soils, high in organic matter, and routinely cared for.
Plants should be grown only in frost-free locations.
Propagation is by division of basal suckers or by
seed, which are slow to germinate.
Trunk and Branches
Trunk/bark/branches:
routinely grown with, or
trainable to be grown with, multiple trunks; grow
mostly upright and will not droop; showy trunk; no
thorns
Pruning requirement:
requires pruning to develop
strong structure
Breakage:
resistant
Crown shaft:
no
Culture
Light requirement:
tree grows in part shade/part sun;
tree grows in full sun
Soil tolerances:
clay; loam; sand; slightly alkaline;
acidic; well-drained

 

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Roystonea Regia Palms Royal Palm Growers Landscape Palm Tree Plants Seedlings Young Plants WholeSale Suppliers

Palms

 Scientific Name

 Roystonea Regia

Family

Arecaceae

Genus

 Roystonea Regia

Species

 Regia

Common names

 Royal Palm

Type

 Palm

 Height

 Over 40 feet

Hardiness Zone

 10a
Description

Royal palm’s  feathery leaves give it a a handsome allowance of a crown. One of the most beautiful and well shaped palm in the world. 

 

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Ravenala Madagascariensis (Travellers Palm) Plants Seedlings Growers WholeSale Suppliers

Palms

 Scientific Name

 Ravenala Madagascariensis

Family

 Arecaceae

Genus

 Ravenala

Species

 Madagascariensis

Common Name

 Travelers palm

Type

 Palm

Height

 20 to over 40 feet

Hardiness Zone

 9a

Description


Very popular palm as ornamental plant in the tropical region. The harmonious arrangement if its leaves give it the look of beautiful shape of a big fan.

 

Traveler’s-Tree is ideal for creating an exotic,
tropical effect with its very large, banana-like leaves,
each up to nine feet long and held in fan-shaped
formation, and the unusual, small, white flowers which
are held erect in canoe-shaped bracts (Fig. 1). Leaves
are usually seen tattered and torn from exposure to the
wind. Traveler’s-Tree will reach a height of 30 feet
and a spread of 18 feet, growing at a moderate rate. It
makes a nice tropical accent in a large landscape,
growing too large for most modest-sized yards. The
common name is derived from the fact that weary
travelers would quench their thirst on the rainwater
collected in the enlarged sheaths at the base of the
leaves.
Traveler’s-Tree will produce best growth in full
sun, though small potted plants may be grown in shade
for a period of time. Plants should be grown on fertile
soils, high in organic matter, and routinely cared for.
Plants should be grown only in frost-free locations.
Propagation is by division of basal suckers or by

seed, which are slow to germinate.

Pests
No pests are of major concern.
Diseases
Cercospora leaf-spot is a very serious disease
problem.
Trunk and Branches
Trunk/bark/branches:
routinely grown with, or
trainable to be grown with, multiple trunks; grow
mostly upright and will not droop; showy trunk; no
thorns
Pruning requirement:
requires pruning to develop
strong structure
Breakage:
resistant
Crown shaft:
no
Culture
Light requirement:
tree grows in part shade/part sun;
tree grows in full sun
Soil tolerances:
clay; loam; sand; slightly alkaline;
acidic; well-drained.
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Livistona Chinensis (Chinese Fan Palm, Fountain Palm) Landscape Palm Trees Young Plants Seedlings Growers

Palms

 Scientific Name

 Livistona Chinensis

Family

Arecaceae

Genus

 Livistona

Species

 Chinensis

Common Name

 Chinese Fan Palm, Fountain Palm

Type

 Palm

Height

 6ft to 30ft and

Hardiness Zone

 8b

Description

Trunk up to 15 m or more tall. Leaves numerous, pale green, up to 1.5 m long, with a prominent undivided central area and numerous deeply bifid segments, their tips pendulous, petioles armed with stout prickles. Flowers pale yellow, in clusters of up to 6, inflorescences up to 1 m or more long, of several branches along a single main  rachis.


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Dioon Edule (Virgin Palm, Mexican Sago) Landscape Palm Trees Young Plants Seedlings Growers

Palms

 Scientific Name

 Dioon Edule

Family Name

Zamiaceae

Genus

 Dioon

Species

Edule

Common Names

Virgin Palm, Mexican Sago

Type

 Cycad

Height

 3ft to 6ft

Hardiness Zone

 8b

Description

Growth Habits: Very slow growing up to 3 to 12 feet tall (0.9-3.6 m), 4 feet spread (1.2 m) thick trunk

Frost Tolerance:
Hardy to 23°F (-5°C)

Heat Tolerance: Light shade in the hot desert

Sun Exposure:
Sun or light shade

 

Watering Needs: Moderate to abundant water

 

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Cycas Revoluta (King Sago Palm) Landscape Palm Trees Young Plants Seedlings Growers

Palms

 Scientific Name

 Cycas Revoluta

Family Name

Arecaceae

Genus

 Cycas

Species

 Revoluta

Common Names

 King Sago Palm

Type

 Cycyads

Height

 6 to 15 feet

Hardiness Zone

 8b

 

Description

A living fossil and a Cycad but also well known as Sago Palm. So can be called as Palm Cycad. One of the most famous and attractive cycad which is grown  world wide. And used in landscaping.Having on the top pinnate and spiky leaves in the circular shape.

The palm-like King Sago has a short, dark brown, unbranching trunk topped with graceful, arching, dark green, feathery leaves, two to three feet long . King Sago is not a palm tree. It will eventually reach to about eight feet tall, but
grows about one or two inches per year. The individual leaflets each end in a sharp tip. Although very slow-growing, King Sago is much prized for its tropical effect and easy care and makes an excellent specimen or container plant. It is easy to grow as a house plant.
When given sufficient room to spread, King Sago performs very well in shade, part shade, or full sun and requires infrequent watering once established. They transplant easily with a small root ball. They look nice placed in a ground cover which will set off the dark green foliage and striking form. Large multi-branched specimens are very expensive, but make one of the best specimen plants in Florida. They usually branch when they are very old but techniques are under development to encourage branching at a very early age. It can be used for
mass planting, spaced about four feet apart.
Plants are usually propagated by seed. Scale can cause major problems. Micronutrient deficiencies, including manganese, can severely discolor and deform the foliage.

Leaf-spotting diseases can be a major problem for King Sago Palm.

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Chamaedorea Elegans (Parlour Palm) Landscape Palm Trees Young Plants Seedlings Growers

Palms

 Scientific Name

 Chamaedorea Elegans

Family

Arecaceae

Genus

 Chamaedorea

Species

 Elegans

Common Names

 Parlor Palm, Parlour Palm

Type

 Arecaceae

Height

 4 to 6 feet

Hardiness Zone

 10a

Description

A slow growing palm do not get much height. It  grows up to 8 feet. Pale leaves of it make attractive crown. It has been in use since Victorian times. Suitable for interiors.

This palm, native of the dense rain forests of Mexico and
Guatemala, is one of the best indoor Chamaedoreas, tolerating
crowded roots and low light levels. Since lower leaves drop from the plant as it grows, older palms have all their foliage on top of the bright green, shiny stem. It grows five to eight feet tall but is usually kept smaller by pruning the stem back nearly to the ground. Growing very slowly, this pale green, single-stemmed palm is most effective when potted three or more to a container. It can also be an effective accent plant in a ground hugging ground cover in a small scale garden. While excellent when used for a house plant, Parlor Palm can also be used outdoors in a shady understory setting as an accent. The showy stems are bright green.

Organic soil is preferred and Parlor Palm should be fertilized regularly. Best growth occurs in shaded locations away from direct sunlight.

Propagation is by seed.
Mites, nematodes, and scales can be a problem, especially when used indoors.

Frost Tolerance:
25°F (-4°C)
Sun Exposure:
Shade to light shade, burn easily in direct sun light

Origin: Southeastern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize

Watering Needs: Regular water, regular shower helps fighting red spiders

Height: 4 to 8 feet
Spread: 2 to 3 feet
Plant habit: palm; upright
Plant density: open
Growth rate: slow
Texture: medium

Light requirement: plant grows in the shade
Soil tolerances: slightly alkaline; clay; sand; acidic; loam.

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