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Plant Category: Palm
True palms are any of the many species, 2,500 worldwide, of the Palm family (Araceae). Most are slender trees with an unbranched trunk and terminal crown of large evergreen leaves. They are found worldwide in tropical or subtropical regions. Palms are appreciated for their elegance and beauty and ability to give a tropical flair to the landscape.
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Archontophoenix cunninghamiana King Palm - Palm. Sun/Light Shade. Occasional watering. Pinkish inflorescences in spring-summer. 60' tall. Solitary trunk. 25-30 degrees F. 
Arenga engleri Formosa Sugarpalm - Palm. Looks best in partial but tolerant of full sun. Regular watering. Grows to 10' tall. Clump forming. 30-32 degrees F. 
Brahea armata Blue Hesper Palm - Palm to 30' tall with silvery-gray leaves and creamy flowers on a long inflorescence in summer. Full sun. Low water needs. 15-20 degrees F 
Brahea brandegeei San Josť Hesper Palm - Palm that grows up to 125' with green fan-like leaves. Full sun. Low water needs. 25-30 degrees F. 
Brahea edulis Guadalupe Palm - A fan palm to 30' w/broad blue-green lvs on a stout clean trunk w/cream flwrs & edible fruit. Full sun. Low water needs. Hardy to 20 F. 
Butia capitata Jelly or Pindo Palm - Feather palm to 20' tall with pale gray-green to blue gray lvs and edible fruit. Sun/Light shade. Moderate to occasional H2O. Hardy to 10 degrees F. 
Chamaerops humilis Mediterranean Fan Palm - Palm. Full sun. Water regularly. 8' tall and 16' wide. 15-20 degrees F. 
Chamaerops humilis var. argentea Atlas Mountain Palm - Fan palm with multiple stems to 8-12' tall and 16' wide with silver gray foliage. Full sun. Water regularly. 15-20 degrees F. 
Hedyscepe canterburyana Umbrella Palm - Solitary feather palm w/blue gray crown shaft & recurved lvs. Plant in sheltered part sun/shade. Regular irrigation. Well drained soil. Hardy to 28 F. 
Jubaea chilensis Chilean Wine Palm - Palm. Massive trunk to 80' tall with pinnate foliage. Full sun. Low water needs. Hardy to 10-15 degrees F. 
Livistona chinensis Chinese Fan Palm - Palm. Light Shade. Water moderately. Grows to 30' tall. 25-30 degrees F. 
Phoenix reclinata Senegal Date Palm - Multi-trunked palm that can grows to 30' tall and as wide. Plant in full sun. Ample water. Hardy to 25-30 degrees F. 
Phoenix roebelenii Pygmy Date Palm - Fine featured dwarf feather palm to 6-10' tall. Part shade /full sun (coastal). Regular to occasional water. Hardy to about 20 degrees F. 
Phoenix roebelenii (Multiple planted) Pygmy Date Palm - Fine featured dwarf feather palm to 6-10' tall. Part shade /full sun (coastal). Regular to occasional water. Hardy to about 20 degrees F. 
Rhapis excelsa Lady Palm - Palm w/tall stems 5-12' tall crowned in deeply divided fan shaped lvs. Coastal sun/light shade. Water regularly/occasionally. Hardy to <20 F. 
Syagrus romanzoffiana Queen Palm - Palm with feathery fronds to 50' tall. . Full sun. Water regularly. Hardy to 25-30 degrees F. 
Trachycarpus wagnerianus Dwarf Chusan Palm - Small palm with rounded dark green leaves to 20' tall. Full sun/Shade. Water regularly. More wind tolerant than T. fortnuei. Hardy to 1 degrees F. 
Trithrinax acanthocoma Spiny Fiber Palm - Single trunk fan palm 12' tall w/green lvs & thatching & spines on truck. White summer flwrs & white fruit. Full sun. Regular irrigation. Hardy to 23F 
Trithrinax campestris Blue Needle Palm - Low branching palm with stems covered in spines with stiff gray leaves. Full sun. Little irrigation regquired. Hardy to below 15F. 
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