Palm Trees for Sale Punta Gorda, Florida
When you’re looking for wholesale palm trees for sale to suit your Punta Gorda, Florida landscaping project, look no further than Palmco! We provide landscape architects, landscapers and wholesale buyers with quality wholesale palm trees that are perfect for their growing zones and microclimates.
There are about 2,600 known palm tree species in the world, and few types of plants offer so much beauty and appeal. Small palms with attractive trunks and fluffy, full-to-the-ground palms make beautiful backdrops. Large palms, whether majestic or slim and willowy, make striking silhouettes in any environment.
Palmco grows dozens of varieties of Florida Fancy (FF) palms, with 600+ acres under cultivation in Bokeelia on Pine Island. We have served all of Florida and the contiguous U.S. for nearly 35 years, providing a wide selection of palms with different heights, shapes, textures and even colors.
Growing Palm Trees in Zone 10a
Punta Gorda, at the edge of the Gulf Coast, along with most of Southwest Florida, is in USDA Hardiness Zone 10a. The area is classified as having either a humid subtropical climate or a tropical savanna climate, with temperatures rarely rising to 100 degrees Fahrenheit or dipping below freezing.
Make a stunning statement in Punta Gorda with one of the following palms for your residential development, resort hotel, golf course or avenue plantings:
Areca Palm: The dramatic Dypsis lutescens is a clustering palm, which means that many trunks spring up from the base of the plant. Also called the Feather Palm, it has fluffy, fine-textured dense fronds and a lush, full look. Arecas can reach heights of 15 to 20 feet, making them ideal when used as privacy screens, hedges and landscape backdrops. Its canopy can grow 8 to 10 feet in diameter, so give it enough room to grow properly. Palmco is a leading supplier of field-grown Arecas in a variety of sizes.
Ribbon Palm: When you need an unusual palm for a driveway or avenue planting or for shade by the pool, Livistona dicipiens, also known as the Ribbon Fan Palm or Fountain Palm, will be an asset to your landscape. The canopy is dark green with long, ribbon-like leaves that hang toward the ground in an almost weeping appearance. This Australian native grows slowly to heights of about 30 feet, tolerates a wide range of soils, and is very insect and disease resistant.
Roebelenii: One of our smaller palms, Phoenix roebelenii, also known as the Pygmy Date Palm, makes a big statement. The slow-growing palms reach heights of about 10 feet and can be used outdoors in parks and gardens, as well as in containers on a deck or in an entryway. Roebelenii palms are often grown as doubles and triples to make a multi-trunk specimen, but they can be grown with up to 6 heads, creating a beautiful focal point in any landscape.
Get in touch with Palmco to discover the wholesale palm trees we have for sale that will enhance your Punta Gorda, Florida project. Call us today at (239) 283-1329. Our experts can help you determine which palms will work best in your location.