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Palm

While we usually think of Palms as plants of the tropics, we Northwest gardeners can grow many of these exotic, beautiful and stately trees. With their striking, evergreen foliage and upright growth habit, they are a spectacular addition to any garden. Our Palm selections are from the town of Sochi, in southern Russia. They have become naturalized there and are among the hardiest forms of their species in the world.

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Date Palm

Date Palm

A spectacular Palm that has naturalized in southern Russia, Date Palm features long, bright green, graceful, weeping fronds that can form a crown up to 30 ft. wide. Date Palm grows slowly and can be a beautiful patio plant in a container for many years. This species of Date Palm does not bear edible fruit.
4640
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$ 19.95
Jelly Palm

Jelly Palm

This South American native is hardy enough to be grown in most areas of the Pacific Northwest. Slow growing to 10 ft. or more in height, Jelly Palm features a brown, thatchy, thick trunk topped with a striking crown of downward curving, feathery, greyish-green leaves, which will grow to 6 ft. or more in length. Jelly Palm produces long spikes of attractive white flowers followed by juicy, tasty, yellowish-orange fruit, which can be eaten fresh and is used to make tasty jams and jellies.
4620
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$ 19.95
Jelly Palm - 5 Gallon

Jelly Palm - 5 Gallon

This South American native is hardy enough to be grown in most areas of the Pacific Northwest. Slow growing to 10 ft. or more in height, Jelly Palm features a brown, thatchy, thick trunk topped with a striking crown of downward curving, feathery, greyish-green leaves, which will grow to 6 ft. or more in length. Jelly Palm produces long spikes of attractive white flowers followed by juicy, tasty, yellowish-orange fruit, which can be eaten fresh and is used to make tasty jams and jellies.
4620
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$ 39.95
Windmill Palm

Windmill Palm

A unique, strikingly attractive and very hardy Palm, Windmill Palm is a spectacular addition to Northwest gardens and landscapes. Grow Windmill Palm in the ground or in a pot on your patio or deck. Happy as well in other mild winter areas of the U.S., Windmill Palm features long, dark green fronds and can grow to 10-12 ft. in height.
4660
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$ 19.95
Windmill Palm - 5 Gallon

Windmill Palm - 5 Gallon

A unique, strikingly attractive and very hardy Palm, Windmill Palm is a spectacular addition to Northwest gardens and landscapes. Grow Windmill Palm in the ground or in a pot on your patio or deck. Happy as well in other mild winter areas of the U.S., Windmill Palm features long, dark green fronds and can grow to 10-12 ft. in height.
4660
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$ 39.95
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