wild palm trees

Wild Palm Trees VS Landscaping Palm Trees

Wild palm trees are those that grow the wild, usually in forests, jungles, and other natural settings. These trees have adapted to their environment over time and are often resistant to diseases, meaning they can thrive without much human intervention. Wild palms tend to be taller than landscaping palms, with

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jelly palm trees

About The Jelly Palm

The Jelly Palm (Butia capitata) is a unique and attractive palm species native to South America. Its distinct appearance and hardiness make it an ideal choice for gardeners who are looking for something different. The Jelly Palm has an open canopy and its fronds are arranged in a tight rosette

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Cactus plants set in garden desert in industry farm in agriculture concept.

Desert Plants for Landscaping

Why do desert plants make great additions to your landscape? Desert plants are extremely hardy and tolerant of adverse conditions, making them perfect for warm and sunny climates. They also require less water than other plants, so they can help to conserve resources. Additionally, desert plants are known for their

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Desert cactus plants cacti in a botanical garden, arid climate, succulents,

Winter Desert Plant Care

How To Care For Desert Plants In Winter Desert plants are able to handle the extreme temperatures of summer, but they may struggle during the cooler winter months. To ensure your desert plants stay healthy and thrive throughout the winter season, here are some tips: – Provide extra insulation by

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Palm Trees at Walker's Palms & Exotic Plants in NC

Tropical Paradise in Your Backyard

Creating a tropical paradise in the backyard is a great way to enjoy the outdoors and relax. Desert plants can be used to create a space that looks like it’s right out of the tropics. A few key pieces, such as cacti, succulents, and other drought-tolerant plants are essential elements

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European Fan Palm

Facts About The European Fan Palm

The European fan palm (Chamaerops humilis) is an evergreen shrub or small tree native to the Mediterranean region. It grows in clumps, with multiple stems growing from a single root system. Each stem produces large fan-shaped leaves that are deep green in color and can reach up to 1 meter

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Desert Sotol

Facts About The Desert Sotol

Desert sotol is a unique plant that has become increasingly popular in the Southwest. It is a perennial evergreen shrub with spiny leaves, and grows up to 6 feet tall. The species is native to the Chihuahuan Desert of northern Mexico and southwestern Texas and New Mexico, but it can

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Sabal Palmetto

Facts About The Sabal Palmetto

The Sabal palmetto, also known as the Cabbage Palm, is a species of palm tree that is native to the southeastern United States. The Sabal Palmetto has become a symbol of pride and strength in many parts of the region, due to its hardiness and ability to survive extreme weather

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Sabal Louisiana

Facts About The Sabal Louisiana

The Sabal Louisiana Palmetto tree, native to the southeastern United States and parts of Mexico, is known for its stately beauty. This evergreen palm has fan-shaped leaves that grow in a spiral pattern from its single trunk. Its leaves are also quite distinctive, with small spines on their surfaces. The

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Green background of Agave Americana in Mexico, maguey used to make drinks like aguamiel and pulque

Facts About The Agave Americana

About The Agave Americana The Agave Americana, or Century Plant, is a unique species of succulent plant native to parts of North and Central America. It is a large perennial shrub that can grow up to 10 feet (3 meters) tall with long, sharp spines along its stem and leaves.

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Transform your yard into a tropical oasis with Walker’s Palms in South Mills, NC. Explore our diverse selection of cold-hardy palms, yuccas, and desert plants. Learn about cultivation and unleash your green thumb at our nursery. Create your own picture-perfect paradise today!




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