Palm Trees - Knowledgebase Question

Fernley, NV
Question by sensible54
May 19, 2008
Are you able to grow Palm trees in Nevada? If so would they make it through the winter?


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Answer from NGA
May 19, 2008

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Palm trees will grow in Nevada. Some of the most cold-hardy palms include:

True Date Palm Trees (Phoenix dactylifera) - (Date Palms are cold hardy to 18 degrees)

Canary Island Date Palm Trees (Phoenix canariensis) - (Canary Island Palms are cold hardy to 15 - 18 degrees)

Texas Sabal Palm Trees (Sabal mexicana) - (Texas Sabal Palms are cold hardy to 16 - 18 degrees)

Mediterranean Fan Palms (Chamaerops humilis) - (Mediterranean Fan Palms are cold hardy to 5 - 15 degrees)

California Fan Palm Trees (Washingtonia filifera) - (California Fan Palms are cold hardy to 15 degrees)

Windmill Palm Trees (Trachycarpus fortunei)- (Windmill Palms are cold hardy to 5 degrees)

Pindo Palm Trees (Butia capitata) - (Pindo Palms are cold hardy to 12 - 15 degrees)

Sago Palms (Cycas revoluta) - (Sago Palms are cold hardy to 20 degrees)

Mexican Fan Palm Trees (Washingtonia robusta) - (Mexican Fan Palms are cold hardy to 18 degrees)

Queen Palm Trees (Syagrus romanzoffiana) - (Queen Palms are cold hardy to 20 degrees)

Enjoy your new palms!

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