Very slow-growing, low, rugged palm has large blue-green, fan-shaped leaves that rise from underground roots. It is native to wet, swampy soils but once established, will tolerate drought. Clusters of flowers and fruits add to its appeal. Good for mass plantings or containers.
A clump-forming palm that has excellent heat and drought tolerance. It has large, blue-green, fan-shaped leaves. It is an excellent choice for foundation plantings or can be grown as a stand alone specimen. Works great when grown in large containers for patio use.
A very tall palm with fan-shaped leaves with drooping leaf tips. It is a fast grower and has good salt tolerance. It is best used in groupings and in larger areas.
Cold hardy single-trunked palm with blue-gray, recurved fronds. It will grow large and has showy clusters of orange-yellow fruits that are the size of large dates. Very drought tolerant. Attractive as a specimen or when planted in groups.
Smaller palm with a single or multiple trunks producing a feather display of foliage. Spring flowers lead to dark purple fruit which ripen in fall. Nice in foundation plantings or grown in containers for patio or indoor use.
Extremely popular tall palm that is graceful in appearance. It produces a canopy of fronds that droop downward and sway in the breeze. It has attractive flowers that are followed by very showy bright orange fruit. Excellent as a single specimen or even nicer when planted in groups.
Popular low-growing palm that is seen in most tropical landscapes. Leaves are dark green and glossy on stiff stems. The leaves develop from a rosette and limbs can be pruned if a trunk form Sago Palm is desired. Makes a nice specimen plant or can be grown in large containers on patios or balconies. This is actually a cycad, not a true palm.