Wholesale Landscape Hedging Orlando, Florida
Here is an interesting fact: technically, palm trees are not trees.
They are part of the grass family. The plant has a woody trunk, and the stem is made of fiber. That makes them more qualified to be closer related to the grass family as compared to Oak trees. Let that sink. You may have seen growing along the roads, along the driveway to that beach home that you always desire, or even in the church compound.
At A Quality Plant we love educating potential and existing clients like you. Today, we will explore the benefits of palm trees.
Due to the different species of palm trees, their value is also different. In places where they are absent, they are treasured. If you manage to grow several in such a place, serious offers for them from landscape architects, homeowners, and even botanical gardens will find their way to your doorstep.
Palms have a narrow trunk and at the top, a collection of fronds. Even at this height, their stability is not compromised. When a cyclone hits the tropics, they will simply sway from right to left, but you will not see them falling or being uprooted.
If we consider the nature of palm fronds, the need to often rake fallen leaves is very low. Palms drop their fronds seasonally which means that once in a while you will pick them up and take them to the bin. They are also very hardy which makes the survive a lot of attacks from pests and diseases.
Remember where I talked about that beach home that you always desire? Can you picture palm trees along the driveway up to the front yard? Breathtakingly beautiful right? That’s what I mean by curb appeal.
Palm trees easily adapt to harsh environmental conditions. It makes them a habitat for wildlife. Besides, when planted on the shoreline, they help reduce soil erosion since their roots stabilize the sand.
By now, I know you want to have a palm tree or two, but you may be wondering where to get them.
That brings us to A Quality Plant. We sell Palm Trees primarily in Florida. We are located in Ruskin, Florida. Our specialty is in palm trees, and we have always been driven by the desire to raise the best palm trees at Wholesale Landscape Hedging Orlando, Florida.
Let’s have a sneak peek at some of the palm trees we have for your choosing:
The Canary Island Date Palm is famous for it's huge trunk and long green fronds that bend towards the tips. It can stretch almost 30 feet wide, and the trunk can grow up to 4 feet. It looks great at the front entrance or the center of your compound.
The Sago Palm comes from Japan and is widely known as a hardy and highly adaptable palm. You will find it growing in several climates ranging from tropical to temperate.
The Areca Palm is one of the world’s most famous indoor palms. It hastily develops into a mid-sized elegant palm with densely clustered V-shape leaves.
Now that you're ready to purchase wholesale palm trees, browse our online catalog for live specimens. Our website makes online ordering easy, fast and convenient. Once you've purchased the wholesale palms you desire, A Quality Plant offers only the best delivery options for your new palms. We are capable of shipping our wholesale palms throughout Florida and the southeast United States, and beyond, as we have shipping palms as far as Ontario, Canada and Vancouver, Washington.
If you live in Florida, A Quality Plant also offers our excellent landscaping services, making A Quality Plant your one stop online shop for quality wholesale palm trees. If you're looking for the full palm tree experience, from online purchase to delivery to installation, let A Quality Plant take care of it, contact us today!