depending on variety
depnding on variety
lower fans should be removed at least once
nothing like a palm tree to bring a feeling of
the tropics to southern landscapes...but we have
to be careful about what varieties we plant as
most will not tolerate our colder winters. Typically,
we plant palms as specimens in the backyard near
pools, garden ponds or other water features. Over
the years we've found a few palms to be exceptionally
hardy in zone 8 of
Palm - A very hardy tree-like palm with
a slender trunk. The large fan-like leaves make
an attractive compact crown. We plant this one
near patios, the swimming pool, garden ponds or
in courtyard settings.
Palm - This palm is definitely a welcome
and distinctive addition to southern landscapes.
Its graceful form and arching blue-green fronds
make it excellent for pool-side plantings, as
well as for container use. Hardy to 15 degrees.
It makes moderately slow growth to an eventual
trunk height of 15 feet. Low maintenance is an
additional plus for this unique palm.