The incredible adaptability to extreme drought conditions or swampy year round wet soils makes the silver leaf of the Saw Palmetto palms an important garden plant, with the bristles on the leaves and stems of the Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Tree that make it inadvisable to plant near walkways or children's playgrounds. The Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Tree is merely a seed variant that occurs in Florida coastal climates and shipped by nurseries all over the country. The beautiful color contrast of silver leaves planted near a deep green background projects an atmosphere of cool, dreamy relaxation.
• Resort hotels on the Carolina coasts to Florida create fascinating landscaping with the Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Tree. Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Trees grow prolifically along the sand dunes and beaches of Georgia and Florida where they thrive in great numbers. The most common landscape usage of this Saw Palmetto is to locate a group of silver leaves in front of a dark green grouping of common Saw Palmetto palms.
• The small clusters of black berries that grow on the Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Trees are vigorously collected by health food advocates and especially loved by wildlife animals like deer and wildlife game birds. The Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Tree is treated as a shrub in most landscapes, because of its dwarf habit, cold hardy nature and slow growth.
Silver Saw Palmetto Palm Tree
Silver Saw Palmetto