Checkout our range of palms
Archontophoenix Alexandrae commonly known as the Alexander Palm. Grows to about 10m. Prefers a full sun position that is well drained. Requires little maintenance. Will grow well in a pot or in the garden with regular watering and a little fertilizer.
It is known as a Bangalow Palm and is an Australian palm. Its flower colour is violet and the red fruits are attractive to birds. It flowers in midsummer and has evergreen foliage. It can grow over 20m high.
Small and slender, elegant and slow growing palm. Lovely in a shady spot in a tropical garden. Plant in shaded or full sun position in well drained soil. Grows 2m high and 1.5m wide.
Common Name: Red Leaf Palm or Flamethrower Palm Height: 30m Features: New fronds appear in a maroon or brilliant red colour. Thus the name flamethrower palm. A native to New Caledonia. Does prefer to grow in filtered sunlight but does tolerate full sun conditions when mature. It is self cleaning. A very attractive palm which would make a beautiful landscape feature.
Dypsis Cabadae is commonly known as the Blue Cane. It belongs to the same family as the golden cane but is a much nicer, cleaner palm. Requires little maintenance. It doesn’t clump up as bushy as the golden cane and the large blue canes make quite a nice feature.
Dypsis Decaryi commonly known as the Triangle Palm is a fairly quick grower which may eventually reach about 6m in height. They prefer full sun and will grow best in sandy soil. They prefer not to be over watered and like good drainage.
Commonly known as the redneck palm or teddy palm, makes a great feature in any garden, with it’s red velvety crown shaft. Originating from Madagascar, it grows well in sub-tropical and tropical conditions. As it grows it develops prominent, attractive rings on it’s trunk which compliment it’s long graceful fronds. Grow well in most soil types in full sun or part shade. It is best to keep these palms in part shade until they reach about 1.5m in height. They will reach about 10-12m in height after many years.
Common Name: Golden Cane
Features: Originated in Madagascar. It grows to about 6m tall and is a clumping palm which is quite hardy. They grow best in full sun and grow in a wide range of soil types as long as they are well draining. They make great windbreaks and screening plants. They are quite attractive palms and may be used as a garden feature.
Hyophorbe Lagenicaulis is commonly known as the bottle palm. This palm only grows to about 3m tall and makes a great feature in any garden. Fertilize in early spring and they are very easy to grow as long as they have a fairly sunny position, good soil and are kept moist.
Common Name: Spindle Palm
Height: 6m Features:
A very attractive palm commonly used as a feature in landscape projects. They may carry as many as 10 fronds at one time which appear to be somewhat erect and they have lightly re-curved pinnate leaves. They have a bulging trunk which tapers away at the top causing them to resemble a spindle.
Features: The Fijian palm is a very attractive palm which originated in the islands of the pacific. One of very few varieties of fan palms which doesn’t have spikes.
Rhapis Excelsa , commonly known as the Lady Palm is a native to Japan. It makes a great feature in a shady garden or as an indoor specimen. It is a fairly slow growing palm which grows to about 2m tall and will clump to about 1m round.
Common Name: Foxtail Palm
Height: 10m Spread 3m
Features: Bird attracting, evergreen, Australian native. A very attractive palm which is self cleaning. It is drought tolerant and fairly disease resistant.