|The Blue Hesper Palm is a famous hardy blue palm from Mexico. Stiff, fan shaped leaves of a stunning pale|
blue colour. Conservatory, or sunny spot in the garden. Well drained soil, plenty of water in summer, rather
drier in winter, when it can withstand -10ºC or so when larger. It is much happier, and faster growing when
planted in the ground. To around 10 feet.
24'' Box- $250
30'' Box- $450
36" Box- $650
Thursday, February 26, 2015
There are hundreds of types of palm trees (Arecaceae) that grow well in U.S. Department of Agriculture Plant Hardiness Zones 8 through 10. Medium-sized palms grow from 10 to 25 feet and tall palms can reach heights of 40 to 70 feet. The best time to plant palms is in the spring after the last frost, so it has the longest growing season before chilly temperatures arrive. Palm trees require a specialized plant food that meets all of their nutrient requirements and helps them grow faster. Taking proper care of a palm tree will help it grow quickly and fill in your landscape with a tall focal point.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Mexican Fan Palm
The leaves have a petiole up to 3.3 ft long, and a palmate fan of leaflets up to 3.3 ft long. Theinflorescence is up to 9.8 ft long, with numerous small pale orange-pink flowers.
Mexican Blue Palm
"Icy" Blue-green & very waxy. Size: About 6 to 8 ft. wide, and segmented 3 to 4 ft. long!!
Canary Island Date Palm
The leaves are pinnate, 13–20 ft long, with 80–100 leaflets on each side of the central rachis.
It is crowned with dark, glossy green leaves on petioles 6.6 ft long. It has leaves plaited like a fan; the cabbage of these is small but sweet. In summer it bears flower spikes with sprigs of cream-white flowers. In winter, the trees accumulate dead fronds or leaves, which usually need to be removed by a arborist.
Monday, February 23, 2015
Blue Hesper Palm- Brahea Armata
Friday, February 20, 2015
Thursday, February 19, 2015
With A Phoenix Reclinata
This striking palm. Phoenix Reclinata, also known as Senegal Date Palm, creates an interesting silhouette with its multiple gracefully-curved, often-reclining slender brown trunks and it's dense crowns of stiff but feathery leaf fronds. Old frond bases are medium brown and remain on the trunk, forming a showy trunk which is attractive all year long. A mature specimen can reach 35 feet in height with a 12 to 20-foot spread and creates a striking tree which casts a light shade. The palm is very elegant when lit from below at night. It's best used as an accent piece in large landscapes. The showy flower stalks are followed by one-inch-long bright orange dates which are incredibly showy and beautiful. These are especially attractive when viewed from a balcony above the tree. The fruits are edible and taste quite similar to the commercial date.
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Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Canary Island Date Palms are a large majestic palm, with a very solid trunk, and long feather leaves with spined petioles. Quite a popular plant due to its hardiness, attractiveness and speed of growth. Very good for adding a Mediterranean feel.
|Canary Island Date Palm Characteristics|
|Stem/Trunk||Single, wide heavy trunk with characteristic leaf diamonds on the trunk. dark brown.|
|Exposure||Full sun, wind, heat, aridity and cold|
|Soil||Tolerant of most well drained soils.|
|Water||Low water needs.|
|Growth Rate||Moderate growth rate, 60' in height, 30 - 50' spread.|
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Thursday, February 12, 2015
Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Chinese Fan Palm aka Livistonia Chinensis
The Chinese Fan Palm is much-loved palm that has been popular since Victorian times and makes a superb potted palm for the home or terrace. In warmer climates and over a period of years, it grows into a handsome, medium-sized tree with a slender trunk.
|Chinese Fan Palm Characteristics|
|Stem/Trunk||Single stem solitary brown trunk that bleaches to gray on older specimens.|
|Exposure||Likes direct sun and bright situations. Young plants look better when grown in part shade.|
|Soil||Well drained soil|
|Water||This palm forms a long tap root and can survive extended periods of drought. Provide adequate moisture for more rapid growth.|
|Growth Rate||Rapid Growth when well watered - 15'-25' height|
Monday, February 9, 2015
These two beauties found themselves a new home today!
WOW!! Look at that rootball!
That's one big crane for one huge tree
What a beauty!
Can't wait to see its new home!
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Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Not only do we sell the highest quality trees but we also landscape! Check out these before and after photos of a complete landscape makeover.
Way to make a statement!
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Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Phoenix Dactylifera aka Date Palm
Date Palms are probably the second most well-known palm after the coconut , this palm produces dates. However, despite this palm being extremely adaptable to differing growing conditions, from hot, dry deserts, to wet tropics, and thru to cold-temperate regions, it will only produce dates in the hot, dry climates. It is also very salt-tolerant, making it good for coastal planting.
|Date Palm Characteristics|
|Stem/Trunk||The broad gray trunk is patterned with leaf diamonds and is up to 16 inches in diameter.|
|Soil||Not particular about soil and will even grow in poor soils.|
|Water||Although a drought resistant desert plant, the date palm has deep roots that typically seek out subterranean water sources. Provide regular irrigation for best look and faster growth|
|Growth Rate||Slow growing reaching heights of 100 ft, may take 15 years to attain 10ft|
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