Mast Trees Punta Gorda, Florida
Property owners in Punta Gorda, Florida, plant mast trees to enhance the curb appeal of their properties. When your landscape design needs some vertical appeal, wholesale Mast Trees from Palmco are an ideal tropical substitute for Italian Cypress and other plants for lining avenues and driveways, creating privacy screens, reducing noise pollution, slowing the wind, and hiding unwanted views.
Landscaping with the Mast Tree
One of the Mast tree’s best attributes is its ability to form a solid wall of green while using just a small amount of ground space.
They are stunning when used to line avenues or driveways, as tall hedges, privacy screens, visual dividers, strong accents around large buildings, and as noise and wind barriers.
They make attractive focal points and elegant entryway frames. Set them against tall buildings to soften their look, use them to conceal vertical drain-pipes, or place them around a swimming pool to add privacy. They can be placed in tight spots, and can be placed directly in the ground or in large containers.
When landscaping a large yard or a park, use rows of multiple Mast Trees to form a tall hedge effect around large spaces. Line pathways or avenues with rows of them for a touch of elegance.
Mast Tree Attributes
The Mast Tree is best suited to USDA Zones 10A to 11, including Longboat Key on the central west coast of Florida between Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
The tree features dense layers of feathery, wavy-edged leaves that hang from drooping branches and cover the tree from top to bottom. The lush foliage ranges from coppery brown when new, to light lime green, to a glossy dark green as the tree ages. Leaves remain on the tree in all seasons, almost completely covering the trunk and creating an eye-catching and colorful focal point.
One of the tree’s best attributes is its ability to form a solid wall of green while using just a small amount of ground space. It will grow to 30 to 45 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide at maturity.
Mast Trees are stunning when used to line avenues or driveways, and make excellent tall hedges, privacy screens, noise screens, windbreaks, and architectural accents to frame entryways, soften building corners and vertical edges, and cover vertical drain-pipes. They are also suitable for narrow spaces because they grow quite tall but stay slender.
Mast Trees have very little leaf drop, no pest issues of note, and require little to no maintenance. They prefer well-drained soil, will grow in full sun or partial shade, and are drought-tolerant when mature. Please call Palmco at (239) 283-1329 to begin your search for mast trees in Punta Gorda, Florida.