Wholesale Palm Trees Orange County, Florida

Wholesale Palm Trees Orange County, Florida

With nearly 3,000 species of palms in the world, there’s one that will work in every landscape in Orange County, Florida. Whether you need a single magnificent palm for an exclusive client in Orlando or several hundred of them for a large resort development, Palmco has wholesale palm trees available to solve all of your landscaping needs.

Palmco has been growing and nurturing palm trees since 1984, and we have over 600 acres planted with the finest FF (Florida Fancy) grade palms. Our goal is to provide landscape architects, landscapers and wholesale buyers with high-quality plants that are perfect for their growing zones and microclimates.

As one of the largest palm plantations in North America, we spend a lot of time on our farm and at our customers’ jobsites learning as much as we can about soil conditions, site preparation, installation methods, and maintaining the health of the palms in different types of environments.

We make every effort to deliver our palms on-time, in excellent condition, and ready to plant.

UnIQUE Zone 9B Palm Trees

At Palmco, we pride ourselves on being able to offer you a large selection of unique palm trees, rare palm seedlings, and cycads from all over the world. Some of our most unusual species that are suitable for USDA Zone 9b include:

Caranday Palm – This stunning palm comes from South America. Fairly cold hardy, it is known to withstand temperatures down to 20 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit, loves full to partial sun, and performs best in moist, well-drained soil. The Caranday (Copernicia alba) has a dense crown of wax covered stiff fronds and is also known as the Wax Palm. It’s easy to grow and maintain and, if not trimmed too aggressively, the fronds will create a beautiful cascading fountain effect. This palm is well-suited to Zone 9 to 11.

Mule Palm – This is an eye-catching beauty that you won’t see everywhere. It is one of the hardiest feather palms and is a man-made hybrid between the Pindo and Queen palms. The Mule Palm (xButiagrus nabonnandii) is difficult to produce, however, so mature specimens are rare but, by all definitions, this is the perfect palm. Its slightly curved trunks have a coconut-like appearance, giving the palm a tropical appeal. The Mule Palm grows fast to about 20 feet, is extremely cold hardy and will flourish in Zones 8a to 10b.

Nitida Palm – This large canopy palm with dark green foliage and an attractive thatched trunk, Livistona nitida, comes from Australia’s Carnarvon Gorge and is sometimes called the Carnarvon Gorge Palm. It is fast growing to average heights of 40 to 50 feet. The Nitida likes water but will tolerate periods of drought. It’s also super cold-hardy and can withstand 20°F temperatures without damage. Grow the Nitida palm as avenue plantings or in groups with staggered heights in Zones 8 to 11.

We invite you to tour Palmco’s farm on Pine Island to see our 600 acres of premium wholesale palm trees, our state-of-the-art facilities, and our environmentally conscious growing process. If you’re unsure about your growing conditions in Orange County, Florida, check with our palm tree nursery for expert advice. Contact us at (239) 283-1329 for answers to all of your palm tree questions.