Cold Hardy Palms

As the winter continues to be harsh this year, as they were last year, more and more customers are leaning toward Cold Hardy Palms as their solution to keep that tropical look year round.

However, most folks aren’t considering the field grown palm Queen Palm as a Cold Hardy Palm. While it’s planting zone is 9B-11 it is a Cold Hardy Palm to 20 degrees (lower depending on the age and growth of the cold hardy palm tree), the Queen palm can grow up to 50 feet tall.

Even if you are in a region where your planting zone is lower than this range you can always consider the Queen Palm as an annual plant. The market for these gorgeous regal palms has become so weak that the wholesale palm price has also dropped.

We here at Calusa Creek Tree Farm offer these Cold Hardy Palms as both a Wholesale Field Grown Palm and a Containerized Palm. Along with these Florida grown Palm Trees we also specialize in Containerized Trees.

For more information, call Meredith, Sales Manager, at 772 219-3377.


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