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Types of Palm Trees

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Mexican Blue Palm Report Abuse
The famous hardy blue palm from Mexico, it is prized for its blue-green to silvery leaves, and incredibly showy flowers that droop way beyond the ends of the leaves. This is a beautiful, cold-tolerant palm.
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King Palm Report Abuse
Grows to 60' with distinct rings around its erect trunk. Develops a bulging trunk and a majestic crown of arching fronds
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Queen Palm Report Abuse
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Windmill Palm (Trachycarpus Fortunei) Report Abuse
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Fishtail Palm Report Abuse
Produces numerous eye catching clusters of delicate wedge-shaped leaves that resemble a fishtail. An edible starch can be extracted from the stem, and the palm heart eaten. This palm is also used in construction in some parts of the world and the fuzz from the young leaves used as tinder to start fires
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Dwarf Date Palm Report Abuse
The fruits produced by this palm are edible and are similar to commercial dates. The leaves are used to make mats, baskets, hats and brooms and children enjoy the gum produced by the roots
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Jamaica Thatch Palm Report Abuse
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kentia palm tree Report Abuse
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Peach Palm Report Abuse
A multi-stemmed palm tree that can reach up to 20 meters (65 feet) in height. While not all of these stems produce fruit, they are all used to extract the delicious heart of palm. In demand as an ornamental, and very popular for its tasty red/orange fruits
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Sealing Wax Palm Report Abuse
Also known as the Lipstick Palm, this rare feather palm develops a brilliantly red trunk. This clustering, slow growing palm can sometimes reach heights of over 30 feet.
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Sago Palm Report Abuse
This beautiful, showy specimen is technically a cycad rather than a palm and is sometimes called a "Living Fossil" because its origins can be traced back to the early Mesozoic era and the plant has changed very little over the past 200 million years
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coco thymax palm Report Abuse
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Fan Palm Report Abuse
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Bamboo Palm Report Abuse
Beautiful, east to grow palm has numerous reed-like trunks that give the impression of bamboo.
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Cane Palm Report Abuse
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pindo palm tree Report Abuse
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canary island date palm tree Report Abuse
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Pony Tail Palm Report Abuse
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sabal palm tree Report Abuse
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Jelly Palm Report Abuse
Produces an edible fruit with a sweet-tart flavor reminiscent of both apricots and a pineapple-banana mixture. Can be eaten fresh or used to make jelly or jam. In Uruguay, it is also macerated in alcohol to make a popular liquor. Additionally, the seed can be ground and roasted to make an imitation coffee
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washingtonia palm tree Report Abuse
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phoenix roebelenii palm tree Report Abuse
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