Wholesale Paurotis Palm Trees for Sale
Your search for wholesale Paurotis palm trees for sale should end at Palmco. We nurture every plant in our warm, fertile environment by providing it with ample growing space, state-of-the-art irrigation, and plenty of nutrition. 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.
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.
South Florida’s Native Palm
Perhaps your customers are environmentally conscious and are most interested in planting palms and other ornamentals that are native to their own locale. In South Florida, for example, the Acoelorrhaphe wrightii, the Paurotis palm, is a versatile option.
With moderate maintenance it can be made into a beautiful focal point in any yard. It naturally bears dense foliage nearly to the ground so it could be a great option for screening or maybe for a hedge. The Paurotis palm is great for residential or commercial landscaping.
This beauty does well in full/partial sunlight. The Paurotis palm tree needs room to grow. When the Paurotis palm matures it could be up to 30 feet tall and could have a spread as wide as 15 feet. It does grow slow so don’t expect it to grow up overnight.
A plus for this beautiful Florida native palm, also known as the Everglades Palm, is that it has no known pest problems. The only negative that can be found is a manganese deficiency but with proper fertilizing and irrigation this shouldn’t be a problem.
The Paurotis palm is cold hardy down to 25 degrees Fahrenheit. It is hardy in most of the Florida Peninsula and is salt tolerant. The Paurotis palm has fan shaped leaves that are green on top and silver underneath. The Paurotis palm blooms fruit in late spring. The white flowers are arranged on 4’ inflorescences that extend past the leaves. The small fruits are ½ inch in diameter and change from green to orange and finally to black when ripe.
In, the wild The Everglades palm is protected by Florida Law.
Help your clients contribute to the protection and support of the Paurotis palms by installing them in their landscapes. Here is an idea, plant the Paurotis palm near a water feature and you will have an instant tropical atmosphere at your clients’ home or business.
Call Palmco today at 239-283-1329 and ask us about the wholesale Paurotis palm trees we have for sale.