Other Palm Trees

The Canarian palm (Canariensis), originally from the Canary Islands, reaches a height up to 6 meters in our country, while its trunk forms a relief and massive shaped trunk. It can be found in all types of soil, in rows of trees or individually. The sizes available range from 1 to 4 trunk meters in height and are free from the beetle (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus).

The Chamaerops humilis is a particularly impressive palm tree, reaching up to 3 meters. The fact that it belongs to the category of low dwarf palms makes it an excellent plant for all types of gardens. It can withstand cold, drought, salinity and atmospheric pollution. In our facilities we have this species in sizes from 0.50 to 2 meters high.

Dracena indivisa, is a single-stemmed palm species, which can reach a height of up to 8 meters. Its lanceolate branches have a particular geometry and are therefore often used in garden architecture, in combination with other palms, in rocky gardens as a central plant, and in pots. It is drought and salinity resistant and can be placed in any soil. The sizes available at our facility are from 2 to 4 meters high.