Palm Tree or Not? - Knowledgebase Question

gaston, So
Question by blatausha
August 5, 2008
how can you have palm tree survive in the south. How exactly do you take care of them. Why buy something and don't maintain them right.

Do you have a website or information page on the different types of grass that's out there and how to take care of them.

latausha


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Answer from NGA
August 5, 2008

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You can grow palm trees, you just need to plant cold-hardy species. Here are a few suggestions:
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)

Clemson University has a website that contains all kinds of turfgrass information. Visit the site at http://www.clemson.edu/turforn...

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