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Piru Queen Palm Resort Style Date Palms
Exclusively at Moon Valley Nurseries, Piru Queen Palms grow with thicker, harder trunks, greener fronds & fuller crowns. These palm trees are hardier to both heat and cold.
These are the big marquee palm trees you see in shopping centers, business, malls, and amusement parks. These add instant appeal and class anywhere they're planted.
Pygmy Date Palm Mediterranean Fan Palm
This is the best selling dwarf palm at our nurseries. Plant just about anywhere a tropical splash of flavor is wanted!
This dwarf palm usually features multiple trunks, but can also be grown as a single trunk palm. Great for planting in small areas.
Pineapple Palm Mexican Fan Palm
This large, robust palm is commonly called a pineapple palm, because it looks like a pineapple during the first decade of its growth.
This is one of the best selling and easiest to grow palms that we carry. We have the largest quantity of Mexican Fan Palms available in the Western U.S.!
Foxtail Palm Windmill Palm
Foxtail Palms produce a long reaching, puffy and wide frond similar in look to its namesake. Foxtail Palms are for an amazing tropical look you won't get anywhere else!
This small to medium size palm is one of the most cold hardy palms available in the market. Windmills provide an excellent tropical appeal wherever planted.
Pindo Palm Sago Palm
This interesting palm is rapidly becoming popular with folks searching for something a little different. It's very easy to plant and grow, handling the extreme summer heat very well.
Sago palms add a fantastic and organized look just about anywhere they're planted. Plant multiple specimens for a tropical look.
Rhapis Palm Mexican Blue Palm
aka Lady Palm - Rhapis palms have many trunks which give it a look similar to bamboo. Vibrantly dark green, star-shaped fronds create a tropical effect anywhere they're planted.
A very rare palm, these are originally native to the Baja Penninsula of Mexico. Extremely well adapted for just about the entire Western U.S.