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Palms

Essential plants for creating a tropical feeling in your garden. Many are native to Australia. Some are hardier than you might think, if you live in a cooler state! Take up little room in a smaller garden; excellent for lining a driveway on a larger property.
Our tubestock plants are small, but they soon start growing and will often establish faster and more successfully than a larger pot-grown tree. Many slower growing palms will also grow well in a big tub or container.

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  1. Strelitzia nicolai - Giant Bird of Paradise

    Strelitzia nicolai - giant bird of paradise

    A grand foliage plant growing to 10 metres, perfect for large, tropical themed gardens. Grows as far south as Melbourne in frost free areas. For a more compact variety, try our Strelitzia reginae bird of paradise

    Flower image: Paul Dunleavy via Flickr Cropped to size. Foliage image: Ies Canarias Instituto via Flickr Cropped to size.

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    $4.95
  2. Ravenala - travellers palm

    Ravenala - travellers palm

    Elegant and distinctive palm, related to the Bird of Paradise flower. Big banana-like foliage in a giant fan formation. Bright denim-blue seeds. Pollinated by ruffed lemurs, though we can't guarantee you'll get these in your garden if you plant the palm...

    Image By Captain-tucker (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons.

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  3. Macarthur palm - Ptychosperma

    Macarthur palm - Ptychosperma

    Attractive clumping palm native to Australia. Variable and adaptable to many climates and soils. Perfect for landscaping tropical gardens, plant poolside or in pots for cooler climates.

     

    Image: Forest & Kim Starr [CC BY 3.0], via Wikimedia CommonsCropped to size.

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    $7.70

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  4. Livistona - ribbon fan palm

    Livistona - ribbon fan palm

    Tropical native feature palm with large elegant fronds of ribbon-like foliage. Grown worldwide in arid and subtropical regions. Reasonably cold tolerant when mature, down to -5C

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    $3.25
  5. Golden cane palm - Dypsis

    Golden cane palm - Dypsis

    Compact, clumping, fine-leaved tropical palm with golden cane stems and gold-green leaves. Very ornamental, easy care indoors and out. Fantastic at cleaning chemicals from the air and improving air quality - watch this TED talk for more info. 2-3 palms per pot Learn More
    $2.95
  6. Foxtail palm - Wodyetia

    Foxtail palm - Wodyetia

    Superb Aussie palm, hardy, easy to grow and arguably the most beautiful! Bright bushy fronds, self-cleaning. Plant in tropical gardens or large containers for smaller garden settings.

     

    Image: By Mmcknight4 (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsCropped to size.

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    $3.65

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  7. Beaucarnea - ponytail palm

    Beaucarnea - ponytail palm

    Cracking zero-care houseplant for even the most hapless gardeners, and when allowed to grow full-size in sub-tropical gardens, a most impressive feature tree. Learn More
    $4.95
  8. Archontophoenix - Bangalow palm

    Archontophoenix - Bangalow palm

    Fast growing tall native palm suited to cool climate planting in sheltered locations. Grows 15-20m, ideal for creating a grand, tropical entrance. Learn More
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  9. Archontophoenix - Alexander palm

    Archontophoenix - Alexander palm

    Create a tropical garden hideaway with leafy palms and a selection of our colourful foliage plants. The Alexander Palm native to Queensland & fast growing making it perfect for gardeners wanting to establish a native garden in a hurry.

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