Boynton Beach Palm Trees For Sale
Knowing which palm tree varieties grow best in your area will ensure that your landscape always looks lush, healthy and beautiful. If your property is located in Boynton Beach, Palmco has palm trees for sale that are well-suited to your tropical climate.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Hardiness Zone Map divides North America into 11 separate zones, with most zones divided into “a” and “b” regions. Each zone is 10°F warmer or colder during the average winter than the adjacent zone.
Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, and other sections of South Florida are located in USDA Hardiness Zone 10b, where frost seldom occurs and heat and humidity are a major part of the growing environment.
The tropical monsoon climate, humid summers and mild winters are an excellent habitat for many varieties of palms.
The USDA map is one of the most accurate ways to identify which plants will best tolerate the year-round conditions in your area, including the lowest and highest temperatures and the amount and distribution of rainfall, but the map isn’t perfect.
It is also possible to grow tropical palms in cooler areas by paying attention to microclimates.
Palmco cultivates more than 600 acres of palm trees and bamboo, including 25-plus varieties of FF (Florida Fancy) palms. The protective waters, moderate temperatures and long growing season on our barrier island help our plants flourish.
We offer many beauties that grow well in South Florida, such as: