Palm Trees For Outside Bars
If you are looking for the best palm trees for outside bars, you have come to the right place.
With 600 acres planted in palms, Palmco is uniquely equipped to meet all your palm needs. We grow over 20 species of palm trees and are experts in this field with over 30 years of experience.
Bar owners seeking to highlight their storefronts have a number of options in the palm genus.
Of course, the area in which your bar is located will play a big part in your decision.
Believe it or not, palms are not relegated to the tropics.
We grow several species that are cold and wind tolerant. Make sure to tell us where you are located when you call to discuss your palm choices.
The Phoenix roebelenii is always worthy of consideration.
The common name for this palm is the Pygmy Date and its origin is southeastern Asia.
Therefore, this is a tree that does best in the warmer climates of zones 10a-11. While it is a relatively short palm, only reaching 10 feet in height, it is mostly pest resistant and moderately tolerant of drought. It can withstand short bursts of 15°F temperatures and is grown all over, from Florida to California, and as far north as Mississippi.
If the Roebelenii doesn’t catch your eye, there is always the Phoenix sylvestris, or Silver Date Palm.
Its tolerance zone is significantly larger, from zones 8a-11, and it can reach heights of 40 feet. This palm has fruits that are utilized to make wines and jams, making it an ideal choice for the front of a bar! It’s a beautiful specimen and is frequently used as a focal point in luxury landscape designs.
If you are hoping for more of a hedge style décor, you might consider the Areca Palm.
This is a very thick, low growing palm with feather-like fronds. It is drought resistant and versatile, capable of being maintained in pots or in the ground. Originally from Madagascar, these palms reach 20 feet in height and are good choices for zones 10a-11 but can survive in zone 9b if in a protected area near water.
Another tree for your consideration is the European Fan Palm.
Perfect for a wide range of environmental settings, the European fan palm can successfully grow in zones 8a-11 and withstand temperatures as low as 10°F (as long as the lows are not long lasting). This tree can be trimmed to grow as a single focal point but often looks best in its natural cluster form. It is quite drought tolerant and slowly reaches 10 feet in height.
Palmco Has The Palms You Need
At Palmco, we are devoted to our customers and stand by the superb quality of our palms.
We do not use restricted chemicals and we recycle all plant waste and byproducts into terrific mulch that helps us decrease our water usage.
We will hand-select excellent palm trees for outside bars or other locations and guarantee that your trees arrive on time and in excellent condition.
Feel free to come for a tour of our beautiful plantation.
You can call us five days a week at (855) GO-PALMCO or (239) 283-1329 to discuss all your palm needs.