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SHIPPABLE COLD HARDY PALMS - LARGER SIZE


GREAT PALM SPECIES YOU'LL NOT FIND EASILY


by Phil Bergman, Jungle Music

 

Description of Article

This article will quickly show you some unusual palm species that we usually have available.  Those shown are the 15g size.  The aim here is to introduce you to very cold hardy palm species.  But, to also show a means of affordably transporting larger specimens right to your door.  This is by utilizing plants packed onto a pallet which is shipped by trucking service, at affordable rates throughout the country.  Check below to see the plants and how we do it.

Introduction

Perhaps you live in an area that experiences cold.  But, you'd like to try some palm trees that are not locally available.  This article will give you a look at some of the unusual species we carry.  And, almost all are fairly cold hardy. Also, be aware that larger, established palm trees have a better chance of survival when exposed to cold winters.  The palms we're showing below are mostly in a 15g pot with some age.  The species listed below are not a totally comprehensive list, but rather a selection of just some of the things we propagate and offer for sale. 

I the past several years we've developed a very economical way to ship these larger plants.  The pallet method of shipping means a customer buys enough plants to totally fill a pallet that is shipped by truck to you.  When properly selected and packed on, it's one of the most affordable delivery methods around. 

A QUICK LOOK AT SOME DESIRABLE RARE YET COLD HARDY PALM SPECIES AND HOW THEY ARE SHIPPED TO YOU

Customers call us and want palm trees they can grow in their cooler area but in larger sizes.  Mature trees (30 to 60 inch boxes) require cranes and flatbed trucks for loading, planting and transport.  This can end up being very expensive.  But, there is a way you can get a reasonably sized palm and yet not have to pay super high costs to get it to your area.  This is by loading plants on a pallet and sending the pallet through an independent trucking company.  We then load up the pallet with about nine 15 gallon plants and piggy back another ten or so 5 gallon plants with the bigger ones.  We recently shipped a pallet that had almost 25 plants on it (many 5g size).  Of course, the shipping costs depend on where you live.  But, to many areas, we can ship such a pallet for $500 or less.  When you figure the cost per plant, it sure beats common carriers like Federal Express or U.P.S.  All these 15g sized plants fit nicely onto a pallet. 

Most of the plants described below will take temperatures into the low 20's F. and some into the mid-teens.  In other words, these plants will do well in areas like the San Joaquin Valley in California, Sacramento and the Bay area, Houston, Texas and many areas in the southeastern states in the U.S. 

Below, I'll make only a few basic comments on culture and cold tolerance.  I'll mostly concentrate on showing you the plants in sizes for good pallets (or boxed mail order) so you get to know them.  I won't cover common species your likely to find available where you live - like the Queen Palm, The Mexican Fan Palm, the common Windmill palm or the "not cold hardy at all" Pygmy Date Palm.  Be aware, the illustrated species below are not a totally comprehensive list in any fashion.   There are many more palms that we grow that might do well for you and are cold hardy.  I can't show them all here.  We do try to keep all of these species in stock in these 15g sizes as well as smaller and sometimes larger sizes in 25g or boxes.  These can be put on a pallet as well.   Just give us a call and we can ship to you these sizes as well.  Where possible, I'll try to show a photo of a mature specimen of the species being discussed.

 

JUNGLE MUSIC NURSERY, GARDEN AND HABITAT PALMS

ACOELORRAPHE WRIGHTII
THE PAUROTIS PALM
SUCKERING, MEDIUM HEIGHT

This suckering fan palm in native to everglade and tropical areas in southern Florida, Mexico and Central America.  In the wild, plants can get up to 30 feet.  But, here in California, plants are usually about fifteen feet tall.  Trunks are narrow and individual leaves are perhaps three feet across.  This species likes sun and water.  Cold hardiness is about 20 degrees.  The nursery plant shown here is a 5g palm.
Acoelorrhaphe wrightii Acoelorrhaphe wrightii
Acoelorrhaphe wrightii Acoelorrhaphe wrightii Acoelorrhaphe wrightii

ALLAGOPTERA ARENARIA
THE SEASHORE PALM
CLUSTERING, DWARF PALM

This pinnate palm rarely gets over six feet tall, is native to coastal Brazil and has fluffy leaves (plumose).  It's a sun species with a cold hardiness into the upper teens F.

Allagoptera arenaria Allagoptera arenaria
Allagoptera arenaria Allagoptera arenaria  

ARENGA ENGLERI

THE DWARF SUGAR PALM
SUCKERING, NOT TOO TALL

This suckering Asian species doesn't get over about ten feet tall and has silver color to the back of the leaflets.  The leaflets have chopped ends.  It'll take coastal sun and part day sun inland.  Cold tolerance about 18 degrees F.  
Arenga engleri Arenga engleri
Arenga engleri Arenga engleri Arenga engleri
BISMARCKIA NOBILIS
BLUE WITH STATELY APPEARANCE
GORGEOUS FAN PALM

This Madagascar palm species is one of our favorites.  It gets to about 35 feet tall with about an 18 inch trunk.  The leaves are silver-blue.  It's stunning.  It loves hot sun and is cold tolerant to about 20 degrees when large.  It doesn't seem to like weather into the teens.
Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia nobilis
Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia nobilis
BLUE BUTIA CAPITATA
THE BLUE PINDO PALM
MEDIUM HEIGHT - YES, BLUE COLOR!

This variety of the South American Pindo Palm is super color because of its unusual blue color.  It gets to a height of about fifteen feet in three decades and is single trunk.  It loves full sun and is cold hardy to 15 degrees F.
Blue Butia capitata Blue Butia capitata
Blue Butia capitata Blue Butia capitata Blue Butia capitata Paul Craft
photo by Paul Craft
BRAHEA ACULEATA
SINALOA HESPER PALM
MEDIUM SIZED FAN PALM

This fan palm is native to Mexico and gets to a very manageable size of fifteen feet.  It has a blue green color and is cold hardy to about 20 degrees F.  We try to have 5g and 15g available although this may vary over time.
Brahea aculeata Brahea aculeata
BRAHEA ARMATA
THE MEXICAN BLUE FAN PALM
BLUE, MEDIUM HEIGHT, SUPER BLUE!

In hot sun this species gets extra blue.  It is slow growing, gets a trunk typically about 18 inches thick and seems to peak out under 20 feet.  Cold hardiness is about 15 degrees F. 
Brahea armata Brahea armata
Brahea armata Brahea armata  

BRAHEA CLARA

BLUE SINGLE TRUNK MEXICAN PALM
SUPER COLD HARDY

This palm is quite similar to the more common Brahea armata.  It loves sun, takes cold to 15 degrees and is blue in color.  It gets to a height of no more than 20 feet.  Compared to the common Mexican Blue Fan Palm, it has longer petioles and is faster growing.  Another curious difference we've discovered is the stem armor.  Rather than simple, uniform curved spines, the armor is more like a bad set of shark's teeth as shown here.
Brahea clara Brahea clara
Brahea clara Brahea clara Brahea clara

BRAHEA DECUMBENS

BLUE, DWARF AND SUCKERING
EXCELLENT COLD HARDY SMALLER PALM

This suckering species of fan palm develops a blue color with age and sun.  Shown is a 5g.  We never can keep them in stock to get them to 15g.  They love hot sun, get to a height of no more than six feet and sucker.  this is an ideal palm where views are a concern.  They are very slow growing.
 
Brahea decumbens Brahea decumbens
Brahea decumbens Brahea decumbens  

BRAHEA EDULIS
THE GUADALUPE FAN PALM
MEDIUM SIZED UP TO FIFTEEN FEET

This palm is native to an island off the northern coast of Baja California.  It has a thick trunk that is smooth but with fine checks.  Leaves are flat and green.  It takes full sun in almost all areas and is cold hardy to about 17 to 18 degrees F.  It's very slow growing.  We usually have the 5g size and sometimes 15g are available.
 
Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia nobilis
Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia nobilis

BRAHEA NITIDA
FLAT GREEN LEAVES
TAKES SUN OR PART SUN

This rare species in interesting because it can tolerate part day sun or full sun in most areas.  It is medium sized to about 25 feet and cold hardy to about 20 degrees or a bit colder.  Also interesting is that leaf stems do not have spines.  This is a rare species and availability varies from time to time.
Brahea nitida  Brahea nitida
Brahea nitida  Brahea nitida  photo by JD
photo by J.D.
 
BUTIA X SYAGRUS
THE MULE PALM
HYBRID THAT LOOKS LIKE NEITHER PARENT


This surprisingly very cold hardy palm is being grown in areas that routinely see bad weather.  When Queen Palms die in Tucson, AZ, this one survives.  It gets to 25 feet and loves hot sun.  Some say that, when mature, they look a little bit like a Coconut.  It's also a very good growing hybrid with lots of vigor.  It likes sun and is cold hardy to about 16 or 17 degrees.
Butia x Syagrus Mule Palm Butia x Syagrus Mule Palm
Butia x Syagrus Mule Palm Mule Palm by Mark Heath
photo by MH
 
CARYOTA URENS
COLD HARDY MOUNTAIN FISHTAIL
TALL, EXOTIC, BRANCHED LEAF


This exotic species tolerates temperatures to about 19 degrees yet is much more tropical appearing than anything else here.  It is quite growing and easily gets above 40 to 50 feet tall.  It can grow in full sun if given enough water.  It's a tough grow in desert areas.  A unique characteristic is that it has bi-pinnate leaves, leaves that branch off the main stem.  Consider this species if you have the room.
Caryota urens Caryota urens
Caryota urens Caryota urens  

CHAMAEDOREA MICROSPADIX
A TYPE OF BAMBOO PALM
FILTERED LIGHT - TO EIGHT FEET


This exotic species really doesn't take too much light.  It has very thin trunks, gets to eight feet tall and sometimes has velvet type leaves with blue undersides.  It is quite petite, the smallest of the Bamboo Palms.  Females, when pollenated, produce red seeds.  It is cold hardy to about 18 degrees.  Unlike almost every other species here, it's not a full sun palm.
 
Chamaedorea microspadix Chamaedorea microspadix
Chamaedorea microspadix Chamaedorea microspadix Chamaedorea microspadix

CHAMAEDOREA RADICALIS
TWO FORMS: TRUNKING, REGULAR
MOST COLD HARDY PALM THIS GENUS
FILTERED LIGHT AND MAYBE COASTAL SUN


This new world suckering palm has two forms.  The trunking form gets to about ten feet tall.  The regular, shorter form gets to about four feet height and has wider leaflets than the tall form.  The regular classic form can be easily spotted because female blossoms emerge and tower above the leaves.  This palm takes filtered light and coastal mild sun.  Cold hardiness is down to about 18 degrees F.
Chamaedorea radicalis trunking
trunking form
Chamaedorea radicalis trunking
leaf trunking form
Chamaedorea radicalis
regular form
Chamaedorea radicalis
leaf regular form
Chamaedorea radicalis
regular form

CHAMAEROPS CERIFERA
BLUE SUCKERING FAN PALM
NOT AS BIG AS THE MED FAN


This kissing cousin of the Mediterranean Fan Palm is different in that it is an intense blue color and typically is shorter and more compact.  It's also slower growing.  Native to Morocco, it typically is under ten feet tall, loves hot sun and is cold hardy to 15 degrees F. 
Chamaerops cerifera Chamaerops cerifera
Chamaerops cerifera Chamaerops cerifera Chamaerops cerifera
COPERNICIA ALBA
TALL THIN TRUNK
SINGLE STEM FAN PALM



Copernicia is a rare genus of fan palms mostly native to Caribbean Islands such as Cuba.  This species has a thin trunk and gets over 40 feet tall.  For an exotic genus, it's surprisingly cold hardy perhaps into the upper teens F.  It loves sun and heat.
Copernicia alba Copernicia alba
Copernicia alba Copernicia alba  
DYPSIS DECIPIENS
DIFFERNT APPEARING
MADAGASCAR SINGLE TRUNK PALM
BUT NOT THE EASIEST TO GROW

I hesitated to include this most interesting tree from Madagascar because some people have difficulty growing it.  So, you must be patient with it and follow cultural rules.  But, it's been known to tolerate down to 18 degrees F.  Along the coast and in many areas it tolerates full sun.  It also likes warmth but not the desert.  There are multiple forms of this species including one with a white crown shaft.  This is a highly sought after palm
Dypsis decipens Dypsis decipiens
Dypsis decipiens Dypsis decipiens Dypsis decipiens

JUBAEA CHILENSIS

CHILEAN WINE PALM
FATTEST TRUNK OF ANY PALM

This thick trunked pinnate palm is slow growing but manages to get a trunk fatter than any other palm.  Native to Chile, it can reach a height of 40 feet and trunk diameter of 4 feet.  It loves hot sun and is cold hardy to 16 degrees.  The 15g plant shown here is 10 years old.  This is why this species is more costly than other palms.  The trunk is also smooth as shown here with no attached leaf bases.
Jubaea chilensis Jubaea chilensis
Jubaea chilensis Jubaea chilensis Jubaea chilensis

LIVISTONA CHINENSIS

THE CHINESE FAN PALM
SINGLE TRUNK, MEDIUM SIZE

This Asian species never really gets to a height much above 25 feet.  It's so slow growing that anything over ten feet seems to take an eternity.  It has a twelve inch thick trunk and flat green leaves.  In most areas it takes full sun but also tolerates filtered light.  Cold hardiness is about 18 degrees F.
lIVISTONA CHINENSIS lIVISTONA CHINENSIS
lIVISTONA CHINENSIS lIVISTONA CHINENSIS  

LIVISTONA DECIPIENS
AKA LIVISTONA DECORA
MEDIUM TO TALL HEIGHT, THIN TRUNK

This Australian fan palm can get over 40 feet tall, has a thin trunk and droopy leaflets.   Because of the latter fact it's known as the Ribbon Palm.  Leaflets hang toward the ground.  It likes full sun and is cold hardy into the upper teens F.  It's quite handsome.
Livistona decipiens decora Livistona decipiens
Livistona decipiens Livistona decipiens  

PHOENIX CANARIENSIS
THE CANARY ISLAND PALM
TALL WITH THICK TRUNK

This species of palm, native to the Canary Islands, has a thick trunk and gets to thirty, sometimes forty feet tall.  It is slow growing as far as height is concerned.  Leaves are green.  It wants full sun, even in desert areas.  You have to give it a lot of room to grow.  Because of the way it's trimmed below the leaves, some call it the "Pineapple Palm".  Cold hardiness is down to 18 degrees or a bit colder.
Phoenix canariensis Phoenix canariensis
Phoenix canariensis Phoenix canariensis Phoenix canariensis
PHOENIX RECLINATA
THE SENEGAL DATE PALM
CLUMPING SPECIES MEDIUM SIZE

This is a type of Date Palm that clusters.  It gets its name from the fact that trunks recline (lean) with age and height.  It has a variable height.  But, you can count on at least 15 feet.  Some clumps get taller.  It loves sun and is cold hardy into the upper teens F.
Phoenix reclinata Phoenix reclinata
Phoenix reclinata Phoenix reclinata
clumping palm to the right
 
PHOENIX SYLVESTRIS
THE SILVER DATE PALM
MORE NARROW TRUNK THAN CANARY

For a Date Palm, this is a rather tall species and can get up to forty feet.  The trunk is thinner than Phoenix canariensis and the leaves are more of a blue-green color than plain green.  It wants full sun, can be grown in hot dry areas and has a cold tolerance estimated at about 20 degrees F.  But, it's not as cold hardy as the Canary Palm.

Phoenix sylvestris Phoenix sylvestris
Phoenix sylvestris Phoenix sylvestris Phoenix sylvestris

PHOENIX THEOPHRASTI
THE CRETAN DATE PALM
BUSHY AND NOT TOO TALL

This Date Palm is native to the island of Crete, southern Greece and some nearby islands.  It is a suckering palm and not quite as tall as the Phoenix dactylifera.  Its dates are not edible.  Leaf color is typically lime green.  Height can get up to thirty feet.  Leaves are quite plumose.  Cold tolerance is about 17 degrees or lower and it loves full and hot sun. 

Phoenix theophrasti Phoenix theophrasti
Phoenix theophrasti Phoenix theophrasti Phoenix theophrasti

RHAPIS EXCELSA
THE LADY PALM
FOR FILTERED LIGHT

The Lady Palm can tolerate temperatures into the upper teens.  It doesn't do well with full sun but can take a little morning sun or filtered light.  It has dark green fan leaves with prominent separation between the leaflets.  Maximum height is variable - anywhere from six to twelve feet.  It is slow growing and makes an excellent patio potted plant or interior palm.  There are also rare variegated forms as shown in the fourth photo.
RHAPIS EXCELSA RHAPIS EXCELSA
RHAPIS EXCELSA RHAPIS EXCELSA VARIEGATED
a variegated form - quite rare
RHAPIS EXCELSA
RHOPALOSTYLIS SAPIDA
THE SHAVING BRUSH PALM
THE FEATHER DUSTER PALM
V-SHAPED CROWN, BULGING CROWN SHAFT

I hesitated in showing this beautiful palm from New Zealand but have decided to list it here.  This hesitation is because it'll go down to the low 20's F. but doesn't like desert climates or hot, muggy summers.  So, you must make sure it's good for your area.  There are folks growing it very well in Northern California and some parts of the San Joaquin Valley in California.  It gets to about 25 feet tall, has an upright crown as shown and a small to medium sized trunk.  The crown shaft bulges to a larger size than the trunk.  It's very popular.
Rhopalostylis sapida Rhopalostylis sapida
Rhopalostylis sapida Rhopalostylis sapida Rhopalostylis sapida
SABAL BERMUDANA
THE BERMUDA PALMETTO
THICK TRUNK, NOT TOO TALL

This fan palm is extremely cold hardy and is being grown in the Carolinas and Northern California.  It has a thick trunk and gets to 20 to 25 feet tall.  It wants full sun and is cold hardy down to about 16 degrees F.  The leaves are large.  It may be one of the most cold hardy of the Sabals. 
Sabal bermudana Sabal bermudana
Sabal bermudana Sabal bermudana  
SABAL CAUSIARUM
TALL FAN PALM
THICK CONCRETE LIKE TRUNKS

This Caribbean fan palm can get rather tall, up to fifty feet.  Its remarkable characteristic are the thick, concrete colored and appearing trunks.  They are really impressive and get up to two feet thick.  Leaf color is blue green.  This palm loves sun and is cold hardy into the mid to upper teens F.
Sabal causiarum Sabal causiarum
Sabal causiarum Sabal causiarum  
SABAL MINOR
THE SMALLEST SABAL
DWARF PALM - SIX FEET TALL

This fan palm is native to the southeastern part of the U.S.  It rarely gets over six feet tall.  It puts out blossoms that are taller than the leaves, producing many small black seeds.  Leaves are sort of large compared to its dwarf height.  It can take sun or shade and is cold hardy to 15 degrees.  
Sabal minor Sabal minor
Sabal minor Sabal minor  
SERENOA REPENS
THE SAW PALMETTO
GREEN OR BLUE, SUCKERING
LOW PRFILE FAN PALM

This species is native to the south-eastern Gulf States and typically doesn't get over six to eight feet tall.  It loves hot sun and is cold hardy to the mid teens or perhaps a bit colder.  We usually do not have 15g but rather just 5g size because it's very slow growing.
Serenoa repens serenoa repens
serenoa repens serenoa repens  

TRACHYCARPUS WAGNERIANUS

SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE
SUPER COLD HARDY
SMALL, CUTE LEAVES

This Asian species of Windmill Palm is quite difficult to find.  That's because it's very slow growing.  The 15g plant shown here is about 8 years old.  They typically don't get tall.  In a few decades, a ten foot palm could be expected.  They love full sun and are cold hardy to 15 degrees F.  Leaves are quite small and flat as shown here.
 
Trachycarpus wagnerianus Trachycarpus wagnerianus
Trachycarpus wagnerianus Trachycarpus wagnerianus Trachycarpus wagnerianus
SYAGRUS SCHIZOPHYLLA X ROMANZOFFIANA
THE COCONUT QUEEN
BEAUTIFUL HYBRID PALM YET COLD HARDY

We don't know as of yet the cold hardiness of this very handsome hybrid palm developed in Thailand.  It's quite a new thing.  It is prettier than both parents.  Anticipated height is 30 feet, so it's shorter than a standard Queen Palm.  It likes full sun and appears to be cold hardy down to about 20 degrees F.
Syagrus schizophylla x Queen palm Syagrus schizophylla x Queen palm
Syagrus schizophylla x Queen palm Syagrus schizophylla x Queen palm Syagrus schizophylla x Queen palm by JI

TRITHRINAX ACANTHICOMA
AKA TRITHRINAS BRASILIENSIS
MEDIUM HEIGHT, SPINEY TRUNK

This South American, single trunk fan palm is unlike some of its suckering kin below.  This plant gets to a height of about 20 feet and has a random pattern of long spines protruding from the trunk.  Leaves are green, medium sized.  It likes sun and is cold hardy well into the upper teens F.  The trunk is indeed different - liked by some, hated by others.
Trithrinax acanthicoma Trithrinax acanthicoma
Trithrinax acanthicoma Trithrinax acanthicoma Trithrinax acanthicoma

TRITHRINAX CAMPESTRIS
SUCKERING BLUE FAN PALM
MEDIUM HEIGHT

This South American species is nothing like T. acanthicoma above.  It suckers, has a prominent blue color and has sharp points on the end of its leaf segments.  But, it is attractive and cold hardy to about 17 degrees F.  Expect a mature height of ten to twenty feet.
 
Trithrinax capestris Trithrinax capestris
Trithrinax capestris  
TRITHRINAX SCHIZOPHYLLA
AKA TRITHRINAX BIFLABELLATA
SUCKERING, BLUE GREEN COLOR

This suckering South American fan palm is not as blue as T. campestris above and doesn't have the wicked pointed leaves of that species.  Color in blue green.  It is very slow growing and extremely rare in cultivation.  It likes full hot sun.  Maximum height is 25 feet.  Cold tolerance is about 20 degrees.
 
Trithrinax schizophylla Trithrinax schizophylla
Trithrinax schizophylla  Trithrinax schizophylla by Gaston Torres, PACSOAi
photo by Gaston Torres, PACSOA
 

AFFORDABLE SHIPPING OF PLANTS BY THE PALLET - CALL FOR PRICING

Framed in pallet - Shrink wrapped - It's on its way

HOW TO ORDER PLANTS:  To get some of these 15g or larger cold hardy palms (or cycads, discussed elsewhere) all you need to do is to pick out the species you want.  Typically this would be up to nine (or more) 15g plants.  And, also pick some piggy-back 5g plants as well.  It adds little in terms of shipping.  Then call us (619 291 4605)and we design how to lay out the plants on the pallet and set up your pallet of plants.  We get a trucking quote before you pay and let you know what that is.  Billing information is taken over the phone.  We typically can truck the plants out to you within 48 hours.  If inclement weather exists in your area, we hold purchased plants for free until weather permits shipping. 
Pallet palm trees Pallet palm trees Pallet of Palm Trees
Pallet of Palm Trees Pallet of Palm Trees pallet of palm trees


SUMMARY

For a very affordable fee, we can ship a good number of these palms to you.  This can be twelve 15g plants and a lot of piggy back 5g plants, to many U.S. areas for as little as $500 to $700 trucking fee.  The fee for the pallet is based on weight of all the plants and where it's going - where you live.  It does cost more to ship farther away, like the East Coast.  The pallet size can be larger (we build our own), so one can actually have even more large plants on one pallet.   Regarding the palms above, realize that species availability changes over time and we may run out of any of the palm above.  But, if we don't have them,  we can usually find them for you.  Or, if you want a smaller size, we may have it. 

If you are serious about getting some cold hardy palm species, it'd be best to call us and talk to one of our staff.  Besides cold, other factors such as summer heat and humidity are also important factors with successful growing.  We'd make sure the species you want are right for your area.  Finally, if you just want one or two palms,  pallets aren't your best bet.  We'd ship those by common carriers.  But, it's easy to do and you get palms right to your front door. 

Thanks for reading this.

Phil Bergman

Owner

Jungle Music Palm Trees, Cycads and Tropical Plants

 

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