Panama City Palm Trees For Sale
Transform your customer’s Panama City property into a tropical haven with choice trees from one of the largest palm plantations in North America.
Find palm trees for sale at Florida’s premier grower and wholesaler of top quality palms.
Palmco, located in the community of Bokeelia on Pine Island, Florida, has 600+ acres of palm trees and clumping bamboo in production.
Pine Island, an 18 mile long by 2 mile wide barrier island, is surrounded by protective turquoise waters and moderate temperatures. A long growing season here allows tropical palms to develop to their most beautiful potential.
We encourage you to talk to us about our state-of-the-art facilities and eco-friendly growing process before you make a decision about purchasing palms for your landscaping project.
With over 2,500 species of palms to choose from, you will find beautiful specimens at Palmco in a wide variety of sizes and heights. But choose wisely. A 5-gallon container may one day overpower the buildings and garden.
Some palms will grow to 80 or 100 feet tall, so consider if it will be a reasonable size for your property when the tree matures.
Best Palm Trees for Zone 8b
Here are a few of the palm trees we recommend for Zone 8b and 9a:
European Fan or Mediterranean Fan Palm
Chamaerops humilis is a popular variety that looks exotic in any landscape. It features fan-shaped leaves and produces small yellow flowers in the spring. It is wind-resistant and one the hardiest of all palms. Growing to only about 10 feet tall, it makes a stunning focal point in spaces of any size.
xButiagrus nabonnandii is a grand eye-catching conversation piece that no one else in your neighborhood is likely to have. It a man-made hybrid between the Pindo and the Queen palms, and mature specimens are quite rare. Mule Palms have a dark brown trunk with massive caliper. The pinnate structured fronds are long with wide, dark green leaflets that look like a coconut palm.
Despite its tropical appearance, it is cold hardy down to about 15 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Sabal palmetto is Florida’s state tree and the best known of Florida’s 11 native palms. This species grows very slowly but can reach up to 60 feet tall. The large, light green fan leaves emerge from a tight, round, semi self-cleaning crownshaft. They prefer a sunny, moist area where they can get watered regularly. Once established, the Sabal is drought tolerant, but can also adapt to wet soil conditions.
Phoenix sylvestris is a very classy palm. Growing only one to three feet per year, it will eventually reach about 40 feet.
The slim trunk has an interesting diamond pattern created by leaf scars, and we can do a special cut to make the deep orange of the trunk really stand out. The bushy fronds have stiff, pointy leaves with spines along the stems, so keep the tree a safe distance from driveways and walkways. Sylvestris is very cold hardy, drought-tolerant and moderately-salt-tolerant.
Palmco offers palm trees for sale in many sizes and can mix or match heights to help you beautify your Panama City landscape.
Contact us at (239) 283-1329 or (855) GOPALMCO and our tree experts will be happy to answer your questions.