Windmill Palm For Sale

Windmill Palm For Sale

It can be difficult to find a palm tree that does well in so many different climates, but Palmco offers the Windmill Palm for sale, and can ship to locations throughout the United States.

The Windmill Palm is one of the most cold-hardy palms available.

It can thrive in zones as low as 7B and as high as 10B, which means it may even do well in areas as far north as parts of Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, and Oklahoma. Even some parts of Utah and Nevada could be home to this cold-hardy palm tree.

Palmco has over 30 years of experience in palm growing.

We also offer bamboo for sale as well.

Our grounds consist of over 600 acres of well-cared for palms and bamboo. We have a sustainable growth system that is second to none. We care about the health of our plants, and offer the best wholesale palm trees for your landscaping or construction project.

Cold Weather and Palm Trees

Not all palm trees are as cold-hardy as the Windmill Palm.

In fact, some cannot leave the southernmost tip of Florida or parts of California where there’s little danger of frost. If the weather gets below a certain temperature (usually well above freezing), they may not survive.

Cold can damage the palm tree’s trunk, preventing it from getting enough water and nutrients. This can cause serious problems because the tissue inside the trunk does not grow back, and the palm will eventually die if it is severely damaged. Lower temperatures also slow growth.

Examples of Cold Hardy Palms

If your landscape project is in a colder area, you will want to choose only cold hardy palms. This will avoid unnecessary expense down the road.

Palmco offers a variety of cold hardy palms, including:

Sabal Palm:This palm tree is native to Southeast Asia and can withstand temperatures as low as 5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit for short periods of time.

Washingtonia Robusta (Mexican Fan Palm): Even though this palm tree is native to Mexico, it can survive temperatures as low as 15 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit.

Pindo Palm: The Pindo Palm, or Jelly Palm, is native to Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay. It can handle temperatures as low as 10 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit.

Canary Palm: This palm tree is a native to the Canary Islands. It can handle temperatures as low as 20 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit for short periods.

European (Mediterranean) Fan Palm: This extremely hardy palm can actually tolerate frost conditions down to 10 degrees Fahrenheit. As long as these conditions don’t persist, this palm will survive.

Silver Bismarckia: One of the most beautiful and desirable fan palms around, this Madagascar native can tolerate cold temperatures down to 15 to 20Fahrenheit when reasonably mature.

Windmill Palm: Another of the most cold hardy varieties, the Windmill Palm, native to China, is capable of withstanding temperatures reaching 5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Palmco offers the Windmill Palm for sale as a great option for a cold-hardy palm.

We can also help you choose a palm tree that will flourish and look gorgeous in nearly any type of environment.

Call our palm tree experts at (239) 283-4594 for information about our healthy, spectacular palms.