Great lawn and landscaping information for Central Florida.
Palm trees are a staple in every landscape in Florida. However, picking the perfect palm tree can be a challenge with all the attractive options out there. We've found four outstanding palm trees that will all make good additions to your landscape: sabal palm, foxtail palm, queen palm, and the adonidia palm (also known as the Christmas palm).Continue reading to learn more about these palms so you can determine which ones you would like to add to your landscape.
The sabal palm, Florida's state tree, is native to the state. It's also called cabbage palm because the tree's immature leaves are edible and taste like cabbage. The sabal palm is a towering beauty that can grow up to 80 feet high. It has known for its curved and fan-shaped leaves. In the spring months, it can grow thousands of tiny, white flowers that are known to attract bees.
Sabal palm thrives in full sun and tolerates some shade. Whether the soil on your property is clay, loamy, or sandy, this palm tree will grow as long as there is good soil drainage.
An Australian native, the foxtail palm is applauded for its outstanding adaptability to...
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