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Portfolio Category: Verdant Palms

Robusta Fan Palm
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Robusta Fan Palm

The Robusta Fan Palm (aka: Mexican Fan Palm) features broad green fan leaves and slender trunks. The trunks may be left in natural potiole or skinned slick. The Robusta Fan Palm, scientifically known as Licuala grandis, is a captivating and visually…

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Florida Sabal Palm

The Florida Sabal Palm, scientifically known as Sabal palmetto, is a charismatic and iconic palm species native to the southeastern United States, particularly Florida. This palm is highly recognizable for its distinct appearance and is often referred to as the state…

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Zahidi Date Palm (2)

Zahidi Date Palm

Zahidi Date Palm (phoenix dactylifera zahidi) display a dense green canopy of fronds that tend to stand in a more vertical fashion. Very thick trunk caliper. Zahidi’s can grow as tall as 70′ and even taller in the desert. They have…

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Windmill Palm

If you are searching for a tropical plant specimen that will lend that trade-wind ambiance to your landscape during temperate months and, yet, is still hardy enough to survive a frigid winter, look no further. The windmill palm (Trachycarpus fortunei) is…

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Texas Sabal Palms

Texas Sabal Palm Trees are stately and robust, and can grow up to 50’ tall with a solitary trunk, 8-32” in diameter. The canopy of a mature Texas Sabal Palm Tree may be 8-25’ across. The gray trunk has closely spaced…

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Sylvester Date Palm (3)

Sylvester Palms

The Sylvester is considered one of the most beautiful, durable palms available and Houston is the perfect environment for their successful growth! We are not only experts in the Sylvester, we are known for them! ​ The Sylvester Palms are commonly…

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Queen Palm

HOUSTON’S TRUSTED SOURCE FOR QUEEN PALMS ​ The Queen Palm, (Syagrus romanzoffiana) is also known as a “cocos palm”, is a widely popular ornamental palm. It is hardy (-5° Celcius / 23° Fahrenheit). It is widely planted throughout much of southern…

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Pygmy Date Palm

The Pygmy Date Palm (Phoenix roebelenii) is also known as a “dwarf palm” for its diminutive size. It thrives in subtropical landscapes, but is small enough to grow in a pot and bring indoors for winter in colder climates. The Pygmy…

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Pindo Palms

Pindo palms, also known as jelly palms, are slow growing palms and often reach a height of 15-20 feet. Their trunk diameter is generally 1 to 1.5 feet. Flowers can be red, white or yellow and occur in groups of two…

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Mule Palms

The Mule Palm is a beautiful Hybrid Palm and the result of cross-pollinating the Pindo Palm (Butia odorata) “mother” and the Queen Palm (Syagrus romanzoffiania) “pollen donor”. One of the primary benefits of this palm is that the Mule Palm is…

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