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Palms


  • Acoelorrhaphe wrightii - Everglades Palm
    $2.00

    10 seeds per pack. A clumping palm, native to the Everglades region of South Florida, as well as Caribbean islands. Multi-stemmed, with slender trunks up to 20-30 feet. The stem side of the large leaves has orange tinted...

     
  • Archontophoenix alexandrae - Alexander Palm

    Archontophoenix alexandrae - Alexander Palm
    $2.00

    10 seeds per pack. One of the two common King Palms, grown around the world as an ornamental and common on streets and in gardens. A tall, slender grower up to 20-40 ft. Hardy to 28-32F. Very fast growing and requiring...

     
  • Archontophoenix cunninghamiana - King Palm

    Archontophoenix cunninghamiana - King Palm
    $2.00

    10 seeds per pack. Medium to large sized palm up to 40ft or more. Withstands temperatures to 25F. Very pretty, slender, ornamental palm native to Australia. Fast-growing and adaptable. #356

     
  • Areca catechu - Betel Nut
    $3.00

    2 seeds per pack. A popular tropical palm bearing nuts (areca nuts) that chewed along with the betel leaf. Can grow up to 60 feet, with a majestic, classic palm appearance. Slow-growing, popular as a street or landscape tree...

     
  • Brahea dulcis - Sombrero Palm

    Brahea dulcis - Sombrero Palm
    $2.00

    5 seeds per pack. A short to medium sized palm with edible fruits. Can grow to 25ft, but often remains at 6-12ft. Native to Mexico, this attractive species also shows some frost hardiness, to 25F. The cherry sized fruits...

     
  • Butia capitata - Jelly Palm

    Butia capitata - Jelly Palm
    $2.00

    7 seeds per pack. Edible, fruiting palm whose fruits are commonly used to make jelly. Extremely hardy, to 12F. 4-20ft high. #351 View plant database page...

     
  • Butia eriospatha - Wooly Jelly Palm

    Butia eriospatha - Wooly Jelly Palm
    $2.50

    5 seeds per pack. Very hardy, uncommon palm with high quality edible fruit having a pleasant citrus-pineapple scent. Similar to the jelly palm, but fruits are red-orange colored. Hardy to at least 10F, probably lower. Fruit...

     
  • Butia yatay - Yatay Palm

    Butia yatay - Yatay Palm
    $2.50

    5 seeds per pack. Similar to the jelly palm and with similar cold tolerance, this species is the largest (just slightly) of the Butia group. Can grow to 30+ feet, though usually remains smaller. Fruits are orange, aromatic...

     
  • Caryota urens - Wine Palm

    Caryota urens - Wine Palm
    $2.00

    4 seeds per pack. Slender palm that can grow to 80-90ft. Hardy to the low 20's. The sap is used to an alcoholic beverage and sugar. #353 View plant database page...

  • Cycas revoluta - Sago Palm

    Cycas revoluta - Sago Palm
    $3.25

    2 large seeds per pack. Not a true palm, but in fact a member of a plant family, the cycads, that has shown little change for over 200 million years! This highly popular ornamental is unusual in appearance, and quite hardy,...

     
  • Cyrtostachys renda - Red Sealing Wax Palm

    Cyrtostachys renda - Red Sealing Wax Palm
    $2.50

    10 seeds per pack. Unusual, small growing palm with bright red stalks, the only such palm in the world. Very beautiful, good for pot culture. Needs a humid climate, hardy to about 40-45F. Seeds are fresh, cannot be stored...

     
  • Dioon edule - Mexican Cycad

    Dioon edule - Mexican Cycad
    $3.00

    3 seeds per pack. Ancient cycad often grown for its pretty, spreading gray-green foliage. The Mexican Cycad also has seeds (when young) that after some processing to lessen toxicity, have been used by some native peoples to...

     
  • Dypsis leptocheilos - Teddy Bear Palm
    $2.00

    5 seeds per pack. A medium sized palm from Madagascar, most noted for its dark red, furry crownshaft, which lends its common name. Has a green, waxy textured trunk and long, attractive leaves. Grows to 20-30 feet. #1241 We...

     
  • Elaeis guineensis - African Oil Palm

    Elaeis guineensis - African Oil Palm
    $3.00

    3 seeds per pack. The oil palm of commerce and the most popular of the oil palm species. Plantations of this species are widespread in the tropics, grown for its fruit and seed oil. Fast growing, needs tropical conditions...

     
  • Elaeis oleifera - American Oil Palm
    $2.00

    3 seeds per pack. A relative of the popular tropical African Oil Palm. This species also produces palm oil, but is not often planted commercially. Makes a fast growing and attractive ornamental. Hardy to tropical areas...

     
  • Euterpe edulis - Jucara Palm
    $2.00

    10 seeds per pack. A close relative of the well known Acai Palm. This species also has edible fruits along with edible hearts of palm. It is the only species in the genus capable of growing in the cooler subtropics and can...

     
  • Jubaea chilensis - Chilean Wine Palm

    Jubaea chilensis - Chilean Wine Palm
    $2.00

    2 seeds per pack. Majestic palm with a large trunk, that can grow to 80 feet. Bears edible, golf-ball sized fruits with a pleasant, sweet flavor. The seeds look and taste like miniature coconuts. Wine is made from the sap...

  • Latania loddigesii - Blue Latan Palm
    $3.00

    4 seeds per pack. One of the most attractive ornamental fan palms, loved for its huge, blue tinted leaves. Slender trunk, can grow to 20-40 feet, with an up to 15 feet spread. Native only to the island of Mauritius. Probably...

     
  • Neodypsis decaryi - Triangle Palm

    Neodypsis decaryi - Triangle Palm
    $2.00

    5 seeds per pack. One of the most unique palms, the triangle palm is easily noticed by its distinct triangle shaped frond growth pattern. It is a small palm, usually only growing to 10-20ft. A native of Madagascar, it is...

     
  • Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm

    Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm
    $2.00

    15 seeds per pack. The popular Canary Island Date Palm is often planted as an ornamental, though it also yields edible fruits. Full grown trees attain an attractive, "classic" palm look, with sweeping leaves and a pretty...

     
  • Phoenix roebelenii - Pygmy Date Palm
    $2.00

    15 seeds per pack. A beautiful little palm related to the standard date palm. The Pygmy Date is a popular ornamental and a great palm for containers or small spaces. The palms grow to 4-10ft and maintain a compact presence...

     
  • Sabal minor - Dwarf Palmetto

    Sabal minor - Dwarf Palmetto
    $2.00

    10 seeds per pack. Short palm only to 2-6ft. Has pretty fan shaped leaves and is quite hardy, surviving to 18F. Also grows well in hot climates. #361

     
  • Sabal uresana - Sonoran Palmetto

    Sabal uresana - Sonoran Palmetto
    $2.50

    5 seeds per pack. Very hardy palmetto, able to survive temperatures well below freezing. Uncommon in cultivation, known for its gray-blue fronds. Fast-grower, usually to 10-20ft. #371

     
  • Syagrus romanzoffianum - Queen Palm

    Syagrus romanzoffianum - Queen Palm
    $2.00

    10 seeds per pack. Medium to tall (25-50ft) slender palm. Overall shape and appearance is very beautiful, and it looks like the archetypical palm tree. Orange fruits are borne in huge cluster and pulp is edible. Hardy to 25F...

     
  • Washingtonia filifera - California Fan Palm

    Washingtonia filifera - California Fan Palm
    $2.00

    15 seeds per pack. A tall and stately palm native to the desert oases of the southwestern United States. A majestic tree, it is sometimes used as a street tree and can grow to 90ft, though they are usually shorter. They are...

  • Washingtonia robusta - Mexican Fan Palm

    Washingtonia robusta - Mexican Fan Palm
    $2.00

    15 seeds per pack. A tall, skinny palm growing up to 50-75 ft. Similar to the California Fan Palm, but faster growing and with a narrower trunk. Very popular as an ornamental in many subtropical areas. Hardy to 15F. #1231...

     
  • Zamia furfuracea - Cardboard Palm

    Zamia furfuracea - Cardboard Palm
    $2.75

    7 seeds per pack. Ancient cycad that is popular and hardy ornamental. Plants grow in a palm-like fashion and typically grow to 3ft, with spreading, thick-leaved branches. Plants are very tolerant of salt, poor soil and high...

     


 

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