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Palm Trees



California Fan Palm

California Fan Palm - Grows moderately to 30 ft. or more and hardy to about 10 degrees. Takes heat and drought, but thrives on moist, well drained soil. Has a much thicker trunk than the Mexican fan palm- give it some room. Prune fronds only when completely brown. Tree, Evergreen.
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Canary Island Date Palm

Canary Island Date Palm - Slow growing palm to 20 ft. or more; hardy to 20 DEGREES... Also known as Pineapple Palm. Will take poor soil and drought. Once established, water deeply and infrequently. Fertilize with palm food 2-3 times from May-Sept. Tree, Evergreen.
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Windmill Palm

Windmill Palm - Single, hairy-trunked palm grows to 15 ft. or more; hardy to 10 degrees. Very adaptable-does well in afternoon shade. Once established, water deeply and infrequently. Fertilize with palm food 2-3 times from May-Sept. Tree, Evergreen.
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Pindo Palm

Pindo Palm - Slow growing, graceful palm to 10-15 ft., hardy to 15 degrees. Does well in containers or landscape. Full sun or light shade. Once established, water deeply and infrequently. Fertilize with palm food 2-3 times from May-Sept. Tree, Evergreen.
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Mediterranean Fan Palm

Mediterranean Fan Palm - Slow growing, clumping palm to 10 x 10 feet or more; hardy to 10 DEGREES... Drought and wind resistant. Great for containers or dry landscapes. Once established, water deeply and infrequently. Fertilize with palm food 2-3 times from May to September. Tree, Evergreen.
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Sago Palm

Sago Palm - Slow growing to 10 ft; hardy to 20 DEGREES... Good for patios and protected landscape areas. Best in filtered morning sun or all shade. Water thoroughly and infrequently; fertilize lightly with palm food 2-3 times from May-Sept. Accent, Evergreen.
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