Largo Palm Trees For Sale

Largo Palm Trees For Sale

Palmco is pleased to offer palm trees for sale at wholesale pricing!

These palms are perfectly suited for Largo, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Indian Shores, Belleair, and the rest of Pinellas County.

Palmco is one of the largest palm plantations in North America, boasting 600-plus acres in production with Florida Fancy (FF) grade palms.

The waters surrounding our Southwest Florida Pine Island plantation maintain perfect temperatures throughout the year, allowing our palms to reach their highest potential in height, caliper and green fronds.

Largo, is located in the USDA Hardiness Zone 10a. Enjoying a humid subtropical climate, with close proximity to both the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay.

Summers are hot and humid with significant rainfall and frequent thunderstorms. Winter, spring and fall are typically mild and dry. In fact, winter temperatures are warmer on the Pinellas Peninsula than on mainland Florida.

How to Differentiate Palm Trees

Palm trees are evergreen, mostly tropical plants in the family Palmae (also known as Arecaceae). Most are tree-like, although that’s not always the case, and there are other features, such as leaf shape and trunk shape, that differ among them and make them unique.

Leaf Shape

Most palm trees can be differentiated by their leaf shape:

1. Pinnate, or “feather,” leaves generally have two rows of leaflets that resemble feathers along each side of the stem.

Examples of our pinnate palm trees are:

  • Adonidia/Christmas Palm (Adonidia merrillii)
  • Canary/Canary Island Date Palm (Phoenix canariensis)
  • Mule Palm (xButiagrus nabonnandii)
  • Pindo/Jelly Palm (Butia capitata)

2. Palmate, or “fan,” leaves have leaflets branching out from the base of the leaf. They look like an open hand with fingers radiating out from the palm.

Examples of our palmate palms include:

  • European Fan /Mediterranean Fan Palm (Chamaerops humilis)
  • Lady Palm (Rhapis excelsis)
  • Ribbon/Ribbon Fan Palm (Livistona decipiens)
  • Windmill Palm (Trachycarpus fortunei)

3. Other variations, although less common, include costapalmate, bi-pinnate, simple, bifid, and, sometimes, a completely irregular leaf shape.

Trunk Shape

There are three possible trunk shapes:

1. Solitary palms have a single tall, straight trunk, like a column, and new leaves are produced at the top.

Our solitary palms include:

  • Sabal/Cabbage Palm (Sabal palmetto)
  • Sylvestris Palm (Phoenix sylvestris)
  • Thatch/Silk Top Thatch Palm (Thrinax radiate)

2. Clustering palms grow new stems from ground level, but the stems are clumped together and are part of one plant. These multi-trunk species of palm trees are usually shorter than those with single trunks.

Our clustering palms include:

  • Areca Palm (Dypsis lutescens)
  • European Fan Palm (Chamaerops humilis)
  • Fishtail Palm (Caryota mitis)

3. No trunk. Some varieties of palms have subterranean trunks. They grow underground or run along the ground like ground cover; making it look like the tree has no trunk at all. The Saw Palmetto, or Scrub Palm, is in this category.

Palmco is Florida’s premier grower and wholesaler of top quality palms.

We can help you find palm trees for sale to turn your Largo landscape into paradise, no matter which type of palm you need.

Pay us a visit to discover some of the most spectacular species available in the region.

Get in touch with us at 1-855-GOPALMCO or 1-239-283-1329 for help choosing the finest palm trees for your custom design requirements.