You are Here > Palm Trees > Southern Palm Trees

Southern Palm Trees

Most Southern grown palm trees are best suited for best growing in the deep South, zone 8, 9, and 10, however, the Chinese fan palm tree has recently been guaranteed to be cold hardy in zone 7. Several hours of being exposed to the sun and a dry, well-drained soil profile will benefit the growth of these palms. The ornamental attraction and the tropical flair of the Southern palms makes them an extremely popular addition to pool and patio landscaping.


Canary Island Date Palm Tree Canary Island Date Palm

palsou-canary
USDA Zones 8-11

Chinese Fan Palm Tree Chinese Fan Palm

palsou-chinese-fan
USDA Zones 7-11

European Fan Palm Tree European Fan Palm

palsou-european
USDA Zones 8-11

Medjool Date Palm Tree Medjool Date Palm

palsou-medjool
USDA Zones 8-11

Pygmy Date Palm Tree Pygmy Date Palm

palsou-pygmy
USDA Zones 9-11

Queen Palm Tree Queen Palm

palsou-queen
USDA Zones 9-10

Sago Palm Tree Sago Palm

palsou-sago
USDA Zones 8-10

Sylvester Palm Tree Sylvester Date Palm

palsou-sylvester
USDA Zones 8-11

Tiger Sago Palm Tree Tiger Sago Palm

palsou-sago-tiger
USDA Zones 8-10

Washingtonia Palm Tree Washingtonia Palm

palsou-washingtonia
USDA Zones 8-11

  • Canary Island Date Palm Tree
    Canary Island Date Palms are a favorite giant landscape tree to plant in coastal resort areas. Canary Island Date Palm trees are suitable to grow as far north as Virginia.
  • Medjool Date Palms
    Medjool Palm Trees date back to ancient Biblical times where they were often grown for their fruit to feed the world. Dates are very sweet and enriched with sugars that preserve the dates for many months.
  • Planting Chinese Fan Palm Trees
    A Chinese Fan Palm tree grows faster than most other palms because of the dense gigantic leaves at the top.