Palm Tree Nursery Georgia

Palm Tree Nursery Georgia

Palm trees are common, everyday adornments in Florida.

They can be seen lining Florida’s shores and marking its storefronts and private properties all over the state.

They are not, however, exclusive to the southernmost continental state in America.

At Palmco’s nursery, we have many varieties available for shipment to Georgia that will meet virtually every landscaping need.

Palm trees offer many advantages when compared to other plants.

They are some of the most iconic, inspiring plants in the world, conjuring images of relaxation, exotic vacations, and ocean breezes. They are also among the most versatile plants available for use by landscapers and architects.

Palms come in vastly different shapes, sizes, and textures, making applications endless.

Some palms are wonderful when used as specimen pieces, and are sure to draw endless attention from whoever passes by them. Others are great as accents, particularly when doubled or tripled in groups.

If you are looking for the highest quality landscaping or architectural trees for your property in Atlanta, Augusta, Macon, Marietta, Savannah, or elsewhere in Georgia, Palmco should be at the top of your list of growers.

Palms In Georgia’s Climate

Georgia’s climate ranges from USDA Zone 6A to 9A, but much of the state lies in the 8A-8B range. This makes Georgia particularly well suited for palms such as the Mule Palm, capable of thriving in climates as cold as 8A.

The cold-hardy Mule palm is a sterile hybrid of the Pindo and Queen palms.

Both the Pindo and Queen are cold-hardy trees, which accounts for the Mule palm’s temperament. Growing routinely as tall as 20 feet, the beautiful Mule palm makes an excellent specimen.

Chinese Fan Palms (Livistona chinensis) are the second most cold-hardy palm in the Livistona family.

They can withstand temperatures slightly below 0°F for limited time periods.

They have a wide-spreading canopy and long leaf tips that hang gracefully, giving it a weeping appearance. Adding a Diamond Cut or Palmco Cut on the trunk of these palms has become a trend.

Another great option is the Pindo Palm (Butia capitata) which can tolerate temperatures as low as 5°F, is wind resistant and performs well in the Florida Panhandle and up the eastern seaboard to the Carolinas.

Our Growing Practices

Palmco uses sustainable growing practices every step of the way.

We have a deep commitment to preserving the environment in order to provide the perfect conditions for the healthiest, most robust trees. Our commitment to plant health is passed on to the consumers, who receive the richest, most lush palms available.

We ensure that our soil and groundwater are safe and clean by utilizing modern, state-of-the-art fertilization and irrigation processes, in conjunction with sensitive soil moisture monitoring stations.

As we feed our palms, we protect their environment, contributing to healthier land and more robust trees.

If you are a designer or landscape architect in Georgia, it’s hard to find better specimens than those available from Palmco’s nursery. We are ready and willing to accommodate your needs and deliver our spectacular, healthy plants to your doorstep.

If you visit Florida, we invite you to come by and talk to us in person.

Or call us to discuss your requirements with one of our experts at (239) 283-1329 or (855) GOPALMCO.