Wholesale King Alexander Palm Trees

Wholesale King Alexander Palm Trees

Wholesale King Alexander palm trees can be obtained from Palmco, located on gorgeous Pine Island in Florida. We are home to more than 600 acres of palm tree production which makes us one of the largest palm tree plantations in the United States.

Palmco is a family owned business established more than thirty years ago and this has allowed us to accumulate three generations of palm tree growing experience and expertise. We are definitely a premier palm tree purveyor, providing our customers with palm trees of all varieties from the rare and exotic to the abundant and most widely used.

Palmco palms can be found in some of the most prestigious locations in the world. While our top-quality products have placed us on the map, it is our exceptional customer service that keeps us there. Our clients, architects, and landscape designers trust us to deliver their palms on time and in pristine, ready to plant condition, no matter their location!

Let Us Introduce You to the King Alexander Palm

Palm trees are considered tropical plants and most people who will ask you to install them in their yards and landscapes are looking to add warmth and appeal. King Alexander palms are an excellent addition to any layout and will certainly catch the eyes of all who come across them.

The King Alexander palm was actually named in honor of a princess from Denmark, which is a bit surprising since the tree itself is native to Australia’s coastal rainforest areas. While it can be found in lowland swamps there, it can also be discovered at heights of nearly 2000 feet. It is obvious that this “King” will not be constrained to one area.

King Alexander palms are tall and naturally solitary. They are handsome palms with feathery fronds that can be 7 feet in length. While the tree might reach heights of 80 feet in the wild, it will generally not grow beyond 40 feet once it has been transplanted to wherever you are placing it.

King Alexander palms make people think of both the Adonidia and the coconut palms, but they are far more cold-tolerant than either of these. In fact, they can withstand temperatures as low as 26 degrees Fahrenheit. But don’t let that fool you; they do not endure dry, cold winds well and will develop leaf tip burns when exposed to it.

Plant King Alexander palms in the full sun, but keep wind tolerance in mind. Be sure that they have proper irrigation and are planted in soil that drains well where, and place them on a consistent regimen of fertilization if you want them to be successful growers.

It’s not as hard to find wholesale King Alexander palm trees as you might have expected. Contact the experts at Palmco at 239.283.1329 to find out about our wholesale pricing and availability. We grow them in single, double, and triple configurations to suit all of your installation needs!