The following is information about various types of palm trees.
This beautiful palm comes from Madagascar Island. It can reach a maximum height of 50 to 60 feet and can have a deployment of more than 20 feet. Bismarckia nobilis silver plants grew up for a big gray trembling, but was not recommended for smaller meters because of its size. They tolerate drought and prefer full sunlight.
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Endemic to Madagascar, the palm triangle is a beautiful and loving plant. Seeds and several other parts of this plant are toxic and can cause problems with consumption. The new triangle palms can start from seeds or divisions; seeds only take one to two months to germinate. They can reach a maximum height of about 20 feet and this plant is not too good to tolerate cold.
Best planted in a sunny location, The Queen Palm is a tall tree that can get as high as 50 feet. They can tolerate the cold and the USDA violence zone for Queen Palms is 9B to 11. It can have a maximum deployment of 25 feet so that plants are not too suitable for smaller grass or gardens.
Needle palms are cold hardy plants that can bear cold up to -10 degrees. The USDA zone is recommended for this plant 5 to 10. They are considered the coldest palm tree species. They come from the original United States. This is a high palm tree low and can grow up to a height of only ten feet. It has a needle on the stem and thus the needle name of the palm.