Wholesale Palm Trees Brevard County, Florida
With a population of over half a million residents, Brevard County is home to one of Florida’s best known beaches, Cocoa Beach.
Therefore, finding wholesale palm trees that grow in Brevard County isn’t nearly as difficult as it can be elsewhere; especially when Palmco is less than 4 hours away.
If you come check us out, you’ll get the opportunity to visit Florida’s other coast!
Palmco is a premiere purveyor of palm trees and, since we are located on a 600 acre palm plantation, chances are we have exactly what your clients are looking for. We are one of the largest palm tree growers in the United States with over thirty years of experience in the palm industry.
We can recommend palms for all of your architectural design and landscaping needs.
Palms For Brevard County
Since Brevard County encompasses USDA zones 9 and 10, the majority of our 20-plus species of palms will be well suited for your area. Thanks to the delightful climate in our Sunshine State, we’d like to share with you some palms you might not be familiar with.
Allow us to introduce you to the Mule Palm, a hybrid between the Pindo and Queen palms.
This is a unique palm that is growing in popularity as it offers the best of both worlds; it’s quite tropical in appearance and yet it’s a cold hardy tree. This is a tree that will set your landscape apart from the rest.
A great Florida native tree for your consideration is the Paurotis, or Everglades Palm.
This one is incredibly versatile and pest resistant! Its versatility makes it marvelous as a screen or hedge while its attractiveness as a palm makes it an equally marvelous standalone focal point. It has dual colored leaves that add to its beauty. They are silver on the underside and green on top. This is a protected species when in the wild but will accent all your commercial and residential landscape needs as well.
Finally, there’s the Bottle Palm which is a smallish tree whose distinct look makes it an intriguing focal point or entryway accent piece. It has a swollen trunk with a bottle shape. This palm prefers warmer climates and will sustain some damage at freezing temperatures. If this happens, just leave the damaged fronds until the cold snap has abated so as not to subject the new growth to similar injury.
These palms are truly cool to look at and are worthy of further investigation when planning your designs.
We’ve been in this business long enough to be certain that we can help you with all your palm needs and questions.
We can provide you with the necessary information to transplant the trees you purchase and successfully maintain them. There are no palm tree questions too small or too weird for us; we’ve heard it all.
If you’re interested in wholesale palm trees that grow well in Brevard County, Florida, you should take some time to visit our little slice of paradise.
We would love to take you on a tour of our plantation and give you the greatest palm education you have ever had! Give us a call five days a week to talk to our customer service experts.
They’ll answer your questions and fill your orders: (855) GO-PALMCO or (239) 283-1329.