Palms

PALMS

May we recommend adding a palm to your landscape as a great way to give your surroundings a more tropical feel.  Our Palms are extremely hardy, they are a perfect choice for a pool or patio deck.They remain resilient and beautiful even when the wind picks-up or the temperature drops slightly. Our palms come in a variety of sizes, types and price points. Pre-order these popular trees in the winter or early spring, before they sell out!
TRACHYCARPUS FORTUNEI
WINDMILL

 

This tree-like palm has distinctive hairy black fibers covering it's slender, graceful trunk. Large fan like leaves and an attractive compact crown make for a stunning look on pool decks and patios.

BUTIA CAPITATA
PINDO

 

Pindo palms will bring a tropical charm to your landscape. With it's low growing crown and inward curving fronds, the leaves feature a blue-grey sheen giving it a distinctive look unlike any other palm.

The Pindo produces a delicious, juicy amber coloured date. 

PHOENIX ROBELINII
PYGMY DATE PALM


This umbrella shaped, miniature palm features feathery fronds radiating from the center. Flower heads in spring followed by bright reddish fruit will add a touch of class to any location at your home or business. Moderate growth to 10 feet tall with age. 4-6 feet wide.

CYCAS REVOLUTA
SAGO PALM

 

While the name might imply that it is a palm, this plant is actually considered a cycad, one of the oldest groups of plants dating back to prehistoric times — hence the plant’s hardiness.

This plant supports a crown of shiny dark green, feathery leaves on a thick shaggy trunk. It is known for it's ease of care and a good plant for beginners. 

MUSA BASJOO
BANANA
Also known as the Japanese Fiber Banana, it makes a fine container specimen. If grown inside, it will tolerate varying conditions of temperature and light with ease. Although it does produce bananas, they are inedible. Simple to grow, give it plenty of water, fertilizer and sunlight.