Naples Palm Trees For Sale
Whether you need one spectacular palm tree for an exclusive client or several hundred palms for a large resort development, Palmco has Naples palm trees for sale that will satisfy all landscaping requirements.
Established 30 years ago in the sleepy community of Bokeelia on Pine Island, Florida, Palmco has more than 600 acres planted with the choicest palms and bamboos, ranging from common to exotic.
We are dedicated to providing quality plants at reasonable prices to landscape architects and landscapers. Here are a few of our unusual tropical treasures that may be unfamiliar:
Also called Paurotis or the Everglades Palm, it is named after the American botanist Charles Wright. The beautiful clustering Paurotis Palm forms a tropical oasis of slim trunks, fan-shaped leaves and a casual, "naturalized" Florida look.
The leaves are green on top and silver underneath. When kept well-trimmed, this is one palm that can look spectacular with nighttime uplighting. It is cold hardy throughout South Florida to 25 degrees Fahrenheit. It grows slowly in full sun to partial shade, is salt tolerant, and can eventually reach a height of 25 feet with a spread as wide as 15 feet. Paurotis is native to the Florida Everglades and, in the wild, is protected by Florida law. It is well-suited to residential and commercial landscaping.
Also called Mule Palm it is a grand eye-catching conversation piece which no one else in your neighborhood is likely to have. It is one of the hardiest feather palms and is a man-made hybrid between the Pindo and the Queen palms.
Mature specimens are quite rare due to the difficulty in producing this palm. When mature, the Mule Palm displays a dark brown trunk with massive caliper. Its pinnate fronds are long with wide, dark green leaflets resembling a coconut palm. Despite its tropical appearance, it is cold hardy down to at least 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
Also called Triangle Palm or the Three Sided Palm is gorgeous and has an unusual shape and coloring, making it an attention-getter in any landscape. Instead of a typical crownshaft, Triangle Palms have overlapping leaf bases that form in three vertical columns set about 120 degrees apart on the main stem, forming a triangular shape.
The leaves are a unique powdery blue-grey and arch gracefully upward from the trunk. Use it in tight spaces or near walls where you might hesitate to plant other ornamental palms. It is a slow to moderate grower to 20 or 25 feet, very drought-tolerant once established, and self-cleaning.
Known by many other names such as the Sylvestris Palm, Sylvester Palm, Toddy Palm, Wild Date Palm, Sugar Date Palm, India Date Palm, the Sylvestris slowly grows about 1 to 3 feet a year but can reach heights of 40 feet. The silvery blue-green fronds are a nice contrast to more typical greenery. It is very cold hardy, drought-tolerant and moderately-salt-tolerant.
The palm’s bushy fronds have stiff, pointy leaves with spines along the stems, so keep them a safe distance from driveways and walkways. The Phoenix sylvestris has a solitary robust trunk, with an interesting diamond pattern created by leaf scars, and we can give it a special cut to make the deep orange of the trunk really stand out. This classy, low-maintenance palm continues to grow in popularity.
Palm trees provide a unique atmosphere of tropical tranquility in any landscape.
Whether you need a solitary showstopper or many palms to make a property stand out, Palmco has a wide variety of Naples palm trees for sale.
We invite you to tour our palm tree farms in Florida to find out what sets us apart from other nurseries. Contact us at (239) 283-1329 for answers to any questions you may have about palms and bamboos.