Daytona Beach Palm Tree Nursery
The classic palm tree avenues of Florida are a familiar sight, and the palm is heavily used today in many landscape projects. If you’re looking for a Daytona Beach palm tree nursery with a wide selection of trees to help you create the right blend of color, variety and visual interest, Palmco can help.
Palmco has more than 600 acres under cultivation with FF (Florida Fancy) grade wholesale palms and clumping bamboo.
We nurture every plant in our warm, fertile environment, providing plants with ample space to grow, state-of-the-art irrigation systems, and extensive nutritional programs to ensure that we produce only the strongest and healthiest specimens.
Salt and Palm Trees
Daytona Beach, on the Fun Coast, enjoys a humid subtropical climate with two basic seasons – hot and wet (summer and fall) and warm and dry (winter and spring). Average temperatures rarely dip below 45° F, but designing a landscape near saltwater, such as along Florida’s Atlantic and Gulf coasts, can present some challenges.
Sea breezes carry salt spray inland and deposit it on plants. In a process called exosmosis, the salt pulls out water from the plant, which can result in burned, damaged leaves. This can also lead to defoliation. Soils near breaking waves also tend to be salty, and plants will struggle to absorb moisture and nutrients through their roots.
You can combat these detrimental effects by planting salt-tolerant palm trees in your landscape.
Salt-Tolerant Palm Trees
Palmco grows many varieties of palms that are ideal for Daytona Beach and nearby Ormond Beach, Port Orange, Holly Hill, New Smyrna Beach, Edgewater, DeLand and Deltona, including: