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Tropical Palms

When someone mentions Hawaii, images of Blue Ocean, white sand, and beautiful Palm Trees come to mind. Hawaii’s warm tropical climate makes it one of the best places in the world for growing palm trees. If you live in a tropical climate, the selection of palm trees you can plant in your garden is almost unlimited. Palms make excellent landscape plants, the variety of palms you can grow will astound you. With wide range of colors, sizes, and shapes, palms are a must have for a tropical garden.

Dwarf Date Palm

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Dwarf Date Palm

~ Dwarf Date Palm Phoenix roebelenii This is one of the most widely used palms in landscaping in America.  Not only it can be used indoors and outdoors in variety of settings, but it also looks great in a container.  This slow growing palm grows only up to 10ft, the average is 7ft tall making it perfect for small gardens, lanai and entry...

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Fiji Fan Palm

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~Fiji Fan Palm Pritchardia pacifica One of the world’s most beautiful fan palms. It is an ornamental plant that is great for indoors or outdoors. You can’t help, but think about Hawaii by looking at this palm. This species is particularly tolerant of salty soils, making it an excellent choice for planting along the coasts in the tropics.

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Fishtail Palm

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~Fishtail Palm Caryota mitis This moderately fast growing palm can get up to 10 – 20 ft tall and 5-10 ft wide. Can also be grown indoors, does best in shaded areas.

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Foxtail Palm

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~Foxtail Palm Wodyetia bifurcata The Foxtail palm has gained popularity because it is very durable and will tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions like alkaline limestone soils and rocky sands. It has a deep root system that helps it to withstand high winds and makes it easier to tolerate drought. The Foxtail Palm can also grow indoors.

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Johannesteijsmannia (Joey) Palm

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~Johannesteijsmannia Palm Johannesteijsmannia altifrons Also known as the Joey Palm, this is an exotic palm with large undivided green leaves that will make any area or landscape feel much more tropical.  This evergreen has no trunk.  Striking diamond shaped fronds emerge right from the ground.  The leaves are large and can get up to 10ft long.

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Kentia Palm

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~Kentia Palm Howea forsteriana By far the most popular indoor palm because of its durability and elegant appearance.  The Kentia Palm Tree doesn’t require much maintenance and can easily adapt to a wide ranges of soil conditions. The Kentia Palms grow more quickly as singles than in the plant groupings. Slow Grower.

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Red Sealing Wax Palm

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~Red Sealing Wax Palm Cyrtostachys renda Also known as the Lipstick Palm. Considered to be rare and exotic because of the time it takes for a seed to germinate and palm availability. The sealing wax palm needs high humidity, a lot of water, and is not tolerant of drought or wind. It is definitely a collectors palm and is one of the most beautiful and sought-after palms in the world. Its striking red crown shaft creates a nice contrast with its luxuriant bright green fronds. I think it is a must-have for any tropical...

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Loulu Palm

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~Loulu Palm Pritchardia Sp. The only native palms to Hawaii.  There are species which grow throughout the state in a wide variety of environments.  Some reach heights of 50 feet while others stay small.  They all have columnar trunks with fan like leaves.  Though they may be slow growing while young, once established, they will surprise you.  A beautiful specimen plant, loulu deserves to be planted as it is our only native palm.

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Macarthur Palm

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~Macarthur Palm Ptychosperma macarthurii This is one of the two most common Ptychospermas in cultivation.  It is found throughout the tropical world being used in malls, parking lots, indoors and in many gardens.  It is fast growing and can be grown indoors.  Not very drought tolerant. There are no major insect or disease problems.

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Majesty Palm

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~Majesty Palm Ravenea rivularis A very shade tolerant palm that will reach 10′ in height very quickly. It grows and looks best situated under a canopy of tall trees. Its greatest drawback is its requirement to be fertilized frequently to maintain a healthy green color. This is very easy to grow plant if your growing it outside. If you live in Hawaii you can plant it and forget about it. No maintenance, just fertilize.

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Manila Palm

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~Manila Palm Veitchia merrillii Also known as the Christmas Palm Tree, is one of the most popular palms in Hawaii. It has a lot of similar characteristics with Royal Palm Tree and sometimes is even called dwarf royal palm. Manila Palm Trees are much smaller and are easier to manage in comparison to the Royal Palm Trees. Manila Palm Tree is great for indoors, give it plenty of light.

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Metallic Palm

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~Matallic Palm Chamaedorea metallica This palm has a foliage with a dark metallic blue-green sheen hence the common name Metallic Palm. This palm is usually planted in a group of two or three. This is slow growing small palm that is perfect for small landscapes. It can also tolerate low lights making it perfect for indoors.

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Mexican Fan Palm

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~Mexican Fan Palm Washingtonia robusta Is a very popular indoor and outdoor palm because of its striking appearance and cold hardiness which makes it a great choice for landscape. This is a drought resistant and inexpensive palm that doesn’t require a lot of maintenance.

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Parlor Palm

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~Parlor Palm Chamaedorea elegans It is a small slow growing palm great for small gardens. It also one of the best indoor plants. This palm is very easy to grow and maintain. New shoots may appear at the base of the plant. They give it a dense appearance, and may be used for propagation.

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Prichardia Hillebrandii

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~Prichardia Hillebrandii Dwarf Blue Palm.   A pretty robust grower, it has large, only slightly divided leaves that don’t droop much, if at all. It loves water, but doesn’t require a ton of it. This palm can do great in full sun near the coast but prefers some shade inland.

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Princess Palm

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~Princess Palm Dictyosperma album Known for its ability to withstand hurricane winds. The Princess Palm Tree has a similar appearance as The King Palm. This is a very elegant graceful palm that likes warm humid weather and will be a great addition to any landscape. You can also grow it indoors. Slow grower.

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Queen Palm

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~Queen Palm Syagrus romanzoffiana One of the most popular palms in tropical and subtropical climates because of its beautiful appearance and low maintenance. Groupings of three or more Queen Palms provide soft filtered sunlight perfect for shade gardens. It is also worth mentioning, that Queen Palm tree has a shallow root-base and is known for falling during high winds and hurricanes.

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Areca Palm

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~Areca Palm Chrysalidocarpus lutescens The Areca palm is a low maintenance plant and a fast grower. A very popular indoor plant that can also be used outdoors.  It is great for creating a natural privacy wall or privacy fence.  The graceful Areca Palm tends to grow in clumps. The adult plant can reach 25 feet or more in height with a spread of 5-10...

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Bamboo Palm

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~Bamboo Palm Chamaedorea seifrizii This small graceful palm that is commonly used in landscapes and indoor decoration.  The Chamaedorea seifrizii is a multi-trunk palm that grows in clusters without forming a crown shaft.  It is usually clumped together to form a shrub-like specimen.  Bamboo Palm Tree doesn’t require heavy watering and as most palm trees likes well drained soil.  

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Bismarckia Palm

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~Bismarckia Palm Bismarckia nobilis  Low Maintenance Palm, it is a massive palm that will give dramatic effect to any landscape. This palm can be used as a focal point or for nice shade and screening.

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Blue Hesper Palm

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~Blue Hesper Brahea armata This stunning palm would be a great focal point for any landscape. Can also be grown indoors in a container. The Blue Hesper Palm has single gray trunk which is topped with beautiful silvery-blue fan shaped fronds.  It requires some maintenance; if the dead leaves are not trimmed or dropped off they form a brown skirt.  Does not require a lot of water but prefers moist well drained soil.  It will tolerate salty...

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Bottle Palm

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~Bottle Palm Hyophorbe lagenicaulis This palm is easy to grow and maintain. It gets its name from bottle shaped trunk. Great for indoors or small outside garden.

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Chamaedorea Falcifera Palm

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Chamaedorea Falcifera Palm

~Chamaedorea Falcifera Palm Chamaedorea seifrizii Name means “gift on the ground”.  The falcifera is no exception and may be one of the hardiest yet.  If you’re looking for a workhorse palm, look no further.    Falcifera tolerates draught, will go anywhere you might place a Bamboo Palm.  Has the ability to endure slightly darker environments.  Its elegantly paired leaves, natural sheen, and slight arching foliage add a new and fresh texture to our...

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Coconut Palm

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~Coconut Palm Cocos nucifera Coconut, one of the most popular palms in the world because of its fruits “coconuts”. Coconut oil is used for cooking and in a wide range of beauty products. The Coconut Palms may live as long as 100 years, producing fruits for 80 years. Leaves are large, about 18ft long and 6ft wide. Flowers in about 6-10 years and are followed by fruits called “coconuts”. It grows best in the moist well drained soil but can tolerate...

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Royal Palm

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~Royal Palm Roystonea oleracea Royal Palm Trees are popular in many warm, coastal landscapes.  The grace and beauty of a Royal Palm makes it a popular tree along the streets of many cities.  Often they are used in the islands of large parking lots or in medians.  Nothing says “tropical” like the majestic Royal Palm. Height: 60 – 70 ft tall    Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full Sun

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Teddy Bear Palm

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~Teddy Bear Palm Dypsis leptocheilos or Neodypsis lastelliana A very elegant palm known for its unique trunk with a distinctive reddish-colored fuzzy crown shaft.  It can grow indoors or outdoors. Height: 20 – 30 ft tall and 15 -20 ft wide  Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Full Sun

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Travelers Palm

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~Travelers Palm Ravenala madagascariensis One of the most recognizable palm trees in the world for its spectacular fronds that range in color from orange to yellow to green.  It can adapt to a wide range of soils.  Travelers Palm Tree can create a wonderful shaded area in the yard or by the pool.  Leaves resemble those of the banana and are symmetrically grouped, giving the tree the aspect of a hand fan.  High winds can shred the leaves giving them a feather like appearance.  Leaf stems can store a lot of rain water that can be used as an emergency drinking supply during drought.  There...

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Triangle Palm

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~Triangle Palm Dypsis decaryi A very striking palm known for its arranged leaves that form a triangle. This palm is a great ornamental plant that can be grown indoors or outdoors, in the open to show its unique shape. It does not require a lot of water so make sure you let the soil dry between watering and provide good drainage. Height: 10 – 20 ft tall and 10-15 ft wide Sun Exposure: Full Sun (best) to Partial Shade

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Manila Palm

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Manila Palm

~ Veitchia merrillii Also known as the Christmas palm tree is a slender tree perfect for small yard landscaping. The Manila palm, will rise to a height of 15-20 feet. This palm tree performs well when planted in containers.  It makes a good indoor palm tree as long as it gets enough light. (Landscapers, ask for volume pricing)

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Watermelon Palm

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~Watermelon Palm Chambeyronia macrocarpa Exotic palm tree with bright red leaflet that emerges among dark green feathery fronds.  Because of the red leaflet, this palm has is commonly called Flame Thrower Palm or Blushing Palm.  Is also a great indoor palm. Height: 10 – 20 ft tall and 15-20 ft wide      Sun Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade

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Wedding Palm

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~Wedding Palm Lytocaryum weddellianum An absolutely gorgeous smaller palm, appropriately dubbed, the Miniature Coconut, due to its resemblance to the common coconut, both in its diminutive feather leaves and smallish coconut like fruit.  The roughly 1 inch round seeds of these are actually edible, and do taste much like the white meat of a coconut.  A wonderful plant to grow either indoors or outdoors and is excellent as a potted plant. Height:  6-8  ft tall         Sun Exposure:  Shade to Partial...

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Rhapis Palm

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~Rhapis Palm A very popular indoor and outdoor palm because of its easy maintenance. Adapts to a wide range of climates, soils, and environments. It will happily live under low light conditions. Self-propagates via underground rhizome off shoots, forming multi-stemmed clumps that can reach enormous width, spreading as wide as its height or more. Height: 5-10 ft   Sun Exposure: Shade to Partial Shade

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