The following are some short height palms that are available for sale:
1) Dwarf Palm Tree – Smallest of all palm trees, they grow up to 1 meter tall.
They have long leaves and very thick trunk. These palms are easy to care for because their roots will not rot easily.
Their flowers produce a sweet fruit with edible seeds which can be eaten raw or cooked into a tea.
2) Pygmy Date Palm – A type of date palm, it grows up to 2 meters tall.
Its flowers are yellowish-green and its fruits are round and soft like those of a guava.
3) Baby Queen Palm – A small palm tree that grows up to 3 feet tall.
Its flowers are white with pink centers and its fruits resemble those of a peach but smaller in size.
4) White Lady’s Palm – A large palm tree that grows up to 4 feet tall.
Its flowers are red and its fruits are round and smooth.
The following are some dwarf palm trees that can be found at local nurseries:
1) Dendroplas – Smaller than other dwarf palms, these palms have long slender branches and thin trunks.
They grow well in containers, especially if they get plenty of water. Depending on the kind of Dendroplas you buy, it can bloom with yellow flowers or small red fruits.
2) Riopia – This are small palms that grow up to 8 feet.
These palms have short trunks and wide leaves. They take a little longer to grow in containers than other types of dwarf palms.
The flowers of this palm are very large and arrive before the leaves do.
3) Texas Big-Rig Palm – This is a large palm that is not a dwarf.
It grows up to 15 feet tall and its thick trunk is covered with rings. It has no sharp edges on its fronds.
The following are some types of palm trees for sale that have yet to be discussed:
1) Mexican Fan Palm – A tall palm tree that grows up to 25 feet tall.
It has long fronds that bend with the wind. It is very tall so it needs a lot of space.
2) Mexican Blue Palm – A large palm that grows up to 15 feet tall and its trunk is covered with rings.
Its trunk has several “knots” in it. Its fronds are blue green in color and very smooth to the touch.
3) Teddy Bear Palm – A dwarf palm tree that grows up to 4 feet tall.
It has short, squat fronds that fan out like the hair of a teddy bear. Its flowers are small and grow in clumps.
As you can see there are many different palm trees for sale.
Which one is right for you?
That depends on how much room you have available and how tall you want the tree to grow. The best way to choose which palm you want is to go to your local nursery and look at several different types of palms.
You can also buy a palm online through the website of a local nursery or find a website that sells palm seeds. If you buy online, make sure that the nursery has a good reputation or is affiliated with the website you are buying from.
If you want to plant the seeds yourself, sowing instructions should come with your order.
Palm trees for sale are a great gift for anyone. If you buy one as a gift, the person you give it to can enjoy it for years to come.
Whether you choose an indoor palm or an outdoor palm, that person can enjoy the beauty of nature every day.
Have you ever seen a Sago Palm in person?
These unique looking trees only grow naturally in the wetlands of Australia.
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