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type of Palm trees are these?
Coconut Palm tree what burgundy goundcover is that and what groundcover is under neath the Agave? Thanks
Use of palms and smaller plants, lawn
cradle" and Palm tree
nice idea for wedding garden
Because we have palm trees
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The palm with the bottle shape trunk on the back
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large palm is pictured here?
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are the palm trees for the driveway!
Three palm trees or date trees in line at a time
Short palms , gravel, plantings variety
Rock Ground Cover...pops of yellow with Euphorbias and scattered rigid palms/agaves
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This is a nice photo. What is the name of the palm trees?
They are often referred to as Christmas palms. They are very tropical and will not tolerate cold. Will only do well in Central/South FL. HTH
Palms will look even better as they get taller. Then, it'll be mostly shaded.
Palm trees are possible in a small space
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Lighting on Palm trees
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What type of palm tree in the middle of the pool?
Hi, could you please tell what was the depth of the garden bed in the deck for the palm tree and
The palms have been planted in direct contact with the ground. We have created a low deck built with minimal clearance to ground. If you are
to use palms in a raised planter I would suggest a depth of approx. 1.0m and a palm with a low profile root system. The best advice would be from your local specialist nursery who can advice on your specific climate and exposure etc. I hope that your project a a success!!!
What do you like about this photo?two levels of palms
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
I love this outdoor area.love the palm trees Can one have any of these plants/trees in NY? will they survive?
growing palm that can get up to 50 – 60 ft tall and 5-10ft wide, but usually is not taller than 40ft.
(cabbage palm) and are native to SC. Their growing region extends as far north as southern-coastal NC down to Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas. Being that it requires a sub-tropical/humid environment to thrive, I'm not sure that NY would be an ideal environment.
These are the palm trees I call "La Puente" Palm Trees! I don't like them at all! They look like a weed to me.
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Hi, What is the exact name for palm that you used on both sides of the door?
of the palms by the front door
palms for hedges=Golden cane palm (Dypsis lutescens, zones 9b to 11) is a popular one, and it takes on golden hues when grown in the sun. Lady palm (Rhapis excelsazones, zones 8b to 11) makes a dense and leafy shrub for small spaces, as its small, fanned-out fronds take up very little
n fan palm (Chamaerops humilis, zones 8 to 11)
sugar palm (Arenga engleri, zones 9 to 11) and fishtail palm (Caryota mitis, zones 9b to 11) are especially noted for their wavy, fringed leaflets and ruffled texture. Palms don't need to be trimmed as most hedges do, but you will need to remove creeping stems that get too close to pathways or structures