Bismarck or Bismark Palm Tree

Bismarckia nobilis(meaning stately) The bismark palm tree (bismarck palm tree), with its huge blue/grey fans (there is a green Bismarckia nobilis variety also, and one with silver leaves) is one of the worlds most striking palms. Under ideal growing conditions, it can reach the towering height of 40 feet. Bismarck Palm – Small Palm Treefrom: Real Palm Trees… Continue reading Bismarck or Bismark Palm Tree

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The California Fan Palm Washingtonia filifera

California’s Only Native Palm Tree The California fan palm, Washingtonia filifera, is native to the Sonoran and Mojave deserts of California, Arizona, and Mexico where it grows in moist canyon soil along alkaline streams. Buy This at Allposters.com Like most palms, it has several common names. It is sometimes called the desert palm, the petticoat palm,… Continue reading The California Fan Palm Washingtonia filifera

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The Truth About Sago Palms

Cycas revoluta & Other Species Sago palms are popular landscape plants in the coastal south. Cycas revoluta’s rough brown trunk and tuft of dark green fronds have deceived many people into thinking it is a palm tree. It really isn’t. It’s a cycad. In fact, the plant family that these palm tree lookalikes are most closely connected to… Continue reading The Truth About Sago Palms

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Foxtail Palm Trees Wodyetia bifurcata

Foxtail palm trees are very similar in appearance to royal palms. Here’s how you can positively identify Wodyetia bifurcata palms of any age or size. Large trees and seeds available for sale. Foxtail Palm – Large Palm Treefrom: Real Palm Trees Wodyetia bifurcata – Medium Palm Treefrom: Real Palm Trees Foxtail Palm Tree Large Multi Stemfrom: Real Palm Trees The… Continue reading Foxtail Palm Trees Wodyetia bifurcata

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Indoor Palm Trees Types

Types of Palm Trees to Grow as Tropical House Plants Indoor palm trees types. Types of palms that perform best as exotic house plants. Also, palm-like indoor trees you can raise as unusual, easy house plants. The indoor palms listed below will bring the atmosphere of the tropics into your home. Potted Areca Palm Trees… Continue reading Indoor Palm Trees Types

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Pony Tail Palm Tree

Beaucarnea recurvata Beautiful pony tail palm tree pictures. Tips for growing Beaucarnea recurvata trees as indoor house plants. Where to buy an elephant’s foot palm. The pony tail palm has many aliases: bottle palm, elephant’s foot palm,nolina, monja… The funny thing is that it’s not a palm at all. It’s a caudiciform. Caudiciforms are usually slow growing… Continue reading Pony Tail Palm Tree

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Cold Hardy Chinese Fan Palm

Livistona chinensis Livistona chinensis, the Chinese fan palm, is commonly seen on both the east and west coasts of the United States. It does not sucker or grow as quickly as most other Livistonas. You can plant several together if you want a clump. Great Price on Double Knock Out® Rose Collection In fact, some commercial… Continue reading Cold Hardy Chinese Fan Palm

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The Two-Faced Lady Palm

Rhapis excelsa: the Palm Tree thatMoonlights as a Hedge The lady palm, Rhapis excelsa, grows thickly enough (when left to her own devices) to be planted as a hedge. When the lady is pruned so as to expose her slender canes, she takes on a whole different character. Planting Japanese Rhapis palms in the landscape and in pots. Palm… Continue reading The Two-Faced Lady Palm

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Cocothrinax crinita Hairy Thatch Palm

This Bearded Old Man Will Breathe New Life into Your Landscape Cocothrinax crinita is a somewhat rare palm tree in U.S. gardens. It is commonly called the Old Man palm because of its bearded trunk. The fan-shaped fronds of the hairy thatch palm are used to cover roofs in its native Cuba.

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