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Native Palm sales

Palms are mostly straight, most having no branches at all. They can withstand strong winds and storms. In fact, palms symbolize tropical vacation and summer holidays. Being a sub-tropical state, Florida is suitable for palm trees. Native palms of Florida are as popular as native plants. They’re mostly present in a typical tropical themed landscape. Even a dead palm is a great sight. 

One good thing about palms is that they need no care once established. So make sure they are planted in the right situation. Native palms can be combined with each other for a tropical look.

Check out our many native Palms of Florida and their characteristics in our Plant Page.

Everglades Palm / Paurotis Palm

Dwarf Palmetto

Buccaneer Palm / Florida Cherry Palm

Florida Thatch Palm

Click some of the native palms on sale on our Plant page.

Everglades Palm / Paurotis Palm

an easy-care palm with its tall, slender trunks complementing the green fan-shaped leaves. Fertilization is necessary at least 3 times a year. No soil amendments needed. You may want to locate it at least 4 feet from your property to keep it away from roof lines.

Florida Thatch Palm

This Florida native palm is one of the slowest growers, with an ultimate height of about 15 to 20 feet. Like many Florida native palms, this one is also drought and salt-tolerant. They don't really require soil amendments, fertilize at least 3 times a year - once in spring, summer and autumn - with a palm fertilizer containing micronutrients.

Buccaneer Palm / Florida Cherry Palm

They say no two buccaneers look alike as they range in color from light green to completely silver and trunk shapes. A native of the Florida Keys and the Caribbean, the buccaneer palm is notable for its salt and drought-tolerance, making it an ideal palm for warm locations. As it matures, the buccaneer palm develops a self-cleaning habit. Buccaneer likes sandy soil so no need to add soil amendments. Allow 10 feet between palms if you're planting them in a line along a wall or drive.

Dwarf Palmetto

This native silver saw palmetto is supremely easy to grow. Did you know that the honey made from the nectar of the saw palmetto flower is the most flavorful in Florida? Many butterflies will nectar on these flowers. Also, an extract made from the saw palmetto has been used for hundreds of years by Mayans to Indians for medicinal purposes. It grows slowly to a typical height of 3 to 6 feet. It is maintenance-free. No need to bother with fertilizer. Like other palm, palmetto is also drought and highly salt-tolerant. And no need for it to add soil amendments, since this beautiful little palm grows naturally in open fields.