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Northern Palm Trees

Palm trees were once thought to be suitable for planting only in tropical enviroments, however, several cold hardy palm trees grow in Northern States where snows fall all during the winter. Much of the information regarding palm tree hardiness that is published in books, magazine articles, and Internet websites is extremely conservative, perhaps because the testing for national cold hardiness is of a very recent origin.


Cabbage Palm

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USDA Zones 7-11

Dwarf Palmetto Palm Tree Dwarf Palmetto

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USDA Zones 6-11

Mule Palm Tree Mule Palm

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USDA Zones 8-11

Needle Palm Tree Needle Palm

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USDA Zones 5-10

Pindo Palm Tree Pindo Palm

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USDA Zones 7-11

Saw Palmetto Palm Tree Saw Palmetto

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USDA Zones 6-10

Silver Saw Palmetto

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USDA Zones 6-10

Windmill Palm Tree Windmill Palm

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USDA Zones 6-11

  • Dwarf Palmetto Palm Trees
    For Northern gardeners the Dwarf Palmetto Palm Tree is a slow growing palm that often is planted as a privacy hedge that remains evergreen during the winter.
  • Northern Palm Tree Nursery
    Several Palm Trees grow in states that have winter temperatures of below zero degrees. The Windmill Palm Tree is especially adapted to cold temperatures and is suited for most States.
  • Pindo Palm Tree
    A Pindo Palm Tree is evergreen as far north as Virginia and is one of the best palm trees to grow as a specimen tree.