Bismarckia Palms (aka Bismarck Palms or Bismarcks) feature either silver-blue or green leaf foliage. Silver-blue varieties are more cold hardy, green leaf varieties are less hardy to cold.
Filibusta Fan Palm is a Hybrid cross between Washingtonia Robusta & Washingtonia Filifera Fan Palms. They feature a thicker trunk and heavier green fan leaves.
Medjool Date Palms have lush green to silver green fronds, and grow into a distinct tropical umbrella presentation. Trunk petiole may be sculptured into a diamond cut presentation.
Piru Queen Palms are both majestic and durable. With long trunks and soft, feathery fronds, Queen Palms include showy cream to yellowish flowers.
Sago Palms are excellent tropical additions, indoors or outdoors. With rugged trunks and beautiful green leaves. (Technically the Sago Palm is not a palm at all, but a cycad family).
Canary Date Palms feature heavy green fronds, with very thick caliper trunks. Trunks may be skinned to make a unique pattern presentation.
The powerful Filifera Fan Palm (washingtonia filifera / aka California Fan Palm) incorporates both a heavy trunk as well as heavy green fan leaves.
Pindo Date Palms feature silver-blue to blue-green fronds, which grow into a unique arching presentation. Pindo’s produce a small bright orange edible fruit.
The Robusta Fan Palm (aka: Mexican Fan Palm) features broad green fan leaves and slender trunks. The trunks may be left in natural petiole or skinned slick.
Zahidi Date Palm (phoenix dactylifera zahidi) display a dense green canopy of fronds that tend to stand in a more vertical fashion. Very thick trunk caliper.
Deglet Noor Date Palms (phoenix dactylifera deglet nor) have a less dense frond canopy, giving a tropical & more feathery presentation.
Thrives in drier, less humid climates.
Mediterranean Fan Palms (chamherops humilis / aka Med Fan Palms) can have either single or multi-stem trunks. The beautiful green dense foliage gives a dense, “clustered hedge” presentation.
The Pygmy Date Palm is a graceful, slightly more delicate miniature. Thrives in sunshine or partial shade. Excellent choice for indoors as it thrives in low light (but not dark corners).