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Palm trees add an element of fun to any environment they’re placed in, and make it feel like a relaxing tropical paradise isn’t too far away. However, finding the right palm tree that will thrive in your home, office, or yard is key. At Ty Ty Nursery, we carry a wide selection of palm trees so it’s easy to find the perfect one for your project. While palm trees may require some maintenance as they shed their fronds, nothing is better at establishing that classic, tropical look.

Since many Northern states deal with cold weather and snow on a consistent basis, the Northern adapted palm trees can actually withstand cold temperatures of -20*. They’re perfect if you need a palm tree that can stand up to even the worst conditions. Northern adapted palms can even thrive in warmer, southern climates.

Southern State adapted palm trees can be found planted and growing extensively throughout the country, principally because their growth rate is faster in the South than in the Northern States. The cost for Southern palms are also considerably less for large established specimens, making them much more suitable for projects that need fully grown trees right away to achieve a tropical feel.

Many tropical palms are suitable for either indoor or outdoor use, as long as they are planted in containers. The containers stunt their growth and allow them to survive in low light and low water environments. Smaller tropical palms are also very affordable.

Order your palm trees through Ty Ty Nursery, and we’ll ship them right to your door via UPS. Bring paradise to you and order today!
  • Snow Hardy Windmill Palms
    Not only will the Windmill Palm trees survive in Northern States with below zero temperatures during the Winter but they show resistance to ice and snow like no other palm tree. Buy a cold hardy Windmill Palm tree to add a tropical flair pool or patio.
  • Cold Hardy Needle Palms
    The needle palms are slow growing trees that are surrounded by numerous pup offsets that can be lined out as a privacy fence or hedge block. Northern gardeners plant Needle Palm Trees 10 feet apart around windows, pools and private areas to keep out unwanted visitors and animals.
  • Pindo Palm Tree
    The Pindo Palm Tree is cold tolerant to USDA Zone 7. Specimen Pindo Palm Tree can be seen on the University of Georgia campus in Athens, GA. The Pindo Palm produces an edible date fruit used to make jelly, and is also known as the Jelly Palm.