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Palmlike Tree

A tree with a single or sparsely branching main trunk and a rosette-shaped crown. A phanerophyte in Raunkiær's life-form classification.

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Acoelorrhaphe wrightii 'Azul' – Blue Paurotis Palm
A marvelous and rare form of of the well known Paurotis Palm or Everglades Palm with powdery blue leaves. Native to Cuba, it surprisingly is almost unknown in cultivation...
From USD 10.31 In Stock
Acoelorrhaphe wrightii – Everglades Palm
Not uncommon in its home in the Florida Everglades and other swampy areas throughout much of the Caribbean, this lovely palm typically grows with three or four of its slim trunks towering above the rest of the clump. Small, neat, fan-shaped leaves atop chestnut brown stems gives it an attractive app..
From USD 5.43 In Stock
This large palm is covered with spines and is best described as "interesting," although a well-grown tree certainly has a very handsome appearance, especially from a distance. The difficulties in growing it are as formidable as its armament: the seeds are difficult to collect or to buy commercially;..
From USD 11.87 In Stock
Acrocomia crispa – Cuban Belly Palm
A beautiful and bizarre palm from Cuba with a dense crown of spreading leaves with elegantly drooping, shiny, narrow leaflets, and a robust trunk that is grotesquely swollen in the middle. It is certainly a palm for those who like a challenge: its seeds take a long time to germinate, the seedlings a..
From USD 19.96 In Stock
Acrocomia glaucescens
A small to medium-sized, trunkless or slender-stemmed palm rarely to 6 m tall with sparsely spiny, plumose, bluish green leaves. Native to western-central Brazil in the states of Goiás and Mato Grosso, it grows on sandy soils in cerrado vegetation at moderate elevation. It is very rare in habitat an..
From USD 44.25 In Stock
If you have seen those neat and elegant crownshaft palms in shopping malls, they are likely to be Adonidia merrillii. They are chosen because of their ability to put up with less than perfect conditions, such as over- and underwatering, and dry air. They are also splendid outside in the tropical or ..
From USD 8.65 Low Stock
Aiphanes horrida – Coyure Palm
Aiphanes horrida
Coyure Palm

= Aiphanes aculeata, Aiphanes caryotifolia
A very spiny but splendid, elegant and fast growing palm native to tropical South America with curly leaves and wedge-shaped leaflets. It is easy in cultivation and adapts well to most warm temperate and tropical climates. The seeds are edible and remind of coconut, but with a fresher, less chewy te..
From USD 7.10 In Stock
Alloschmidia glabrata
Alloschmidia glabrata
= Basselinia glabrata
A very rare palm that grows in the north of New Caledonia between sea level and 1200 m (3900 ft.) in wet forest. Its tall, slender trunk supports a long crownshaft and about 10 elegant, ascending feather leaves. In cultivation it does well in tropical and warm temperate climates (USDA Zones 10 and a..
From USD 7.10 In Stock
Aloe africana – African Aloe
A large Aloe native to low, dry scrubland in South Africa's Cape Province that can form stems to 4 m tall covered in persistent dead leaves. The broad, deeply keeled leaves are dull green to bluish, the large inflorescence is branched only in a few long, densely flowered spikes. As easy to grow as m..
From USD 5.32 In Stock
Aloe alooides – Grass Head Aloe
This magnificent, large Aloe forms an upright trunk to 2 m tall that holds a crown of thick, long, strongly recurved and slender-tipped, deeply channeled, green leaves with red margins and occasinally a reddish blush. The large, slender, unbranched, upright inflorescences hold countless, small yello..
From USD 4.99 In Stock
A large, trunking, bushy, branched Aloe to about 3 m tall with wide, green or bluish leaves and orange red or very rarely yellow flowers. It is native to a variety of habitats from the Cape in South Africa northeast to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi from low to high elevations. Aside from being an ..
From USD 4.99 In Stock
Aloe barberae – Tree Aloe
Aloe barberae
Tree Aloe

= Aloidendron barberae
The largest of all Aloe can grow into a veritable tree that can reach more than 18 m tall and forms a thick, massive trunk to 3 m in diameter. The crown is much branched in the fashion of a dragon tree or Cordyline and hold many rosettes of recurved green leaves. The short inflorescences have yellow..
From USD 5.66 In Stock
Aloe candelabrum – Transkei Bitter Aloe
A stunning, large Aloe from southeastern South Africa. It grows a robust, solitary trunk that can reach more than 3 m tall. The large, succulent, bluish to grayish green leaves form an unbranched rosette. The old leaves stay on the trunk to form a dense skirt below the crown. The stunning, large, br..
From USD 5.43 In Stock
Aloe castanea – Cat's Tail Aloe
A wonderful Aloe that forms a shrub or small tree to nearly 4 m tall with short, thick branches that hold rosettes of narrow, green or pale blue leaves. The inflorescences are sparsely branched and look like cat's tails. Easily grown from seed in warm temperate and tropical climates in USDA Zones 9 ..
From USD 4.77 In Stock
Aloe comosa
A large, striking Aloe with an upright trunk to 2 m tall and broad, bluish to pinkish leaves. The inflorescences are tall, upright, usually unbranched and densely flowered with pale reddish to pink flowers. It is native to the southwestern Cape Province of South Africa where it grows on rocky slopes..
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Aloe excelsa – Zimbabwe Aloe
This stunning, large Aloe grows a robust, solitary trunk that can reach more than 5 m tall. The large, succulent, grayish green leaves can reach 1 m long and carry short spines along their margins. The old leaves form a dense skirt around the trunk below the crown. The large, branched inflorescence ..
From USD 5.66 In Stock
A stunning, large Aloe widely distributed in a wide variety of habitats in South Africa and Lesotho. It grows a robust, solitary trunk that can reach more than 3 m tall. The large, succulent, bluish to grayish green leaves form an unbranched rosette. The old leaves stay on the trunk to form a dense ..
From USD 4.77 In Stock
Aloe hexapetala – Limp Horn Aloe, Tilt Head Aloe
This large, spectacular Aloe is native to South Africa's Cape Province and forms a trunk that can reach up to 6 m tall and carries a broad, asymmetrical crown of lax, blue green leaves with pinkish edges lightly dentate edges. In cultivation it does best in warm temperate climates in USDA Zones 9 an..
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A stunning, large, solitary Aloe with a trunk that is covered in dead leaves to about 4 m tall and holds a dense crown of grayish-green leaves. The large inflorescence can reach 2 m tall and is much branched into upright racemes with pinkish-red flowers. It is native to much of southern Africa, wher..
From USD 5.43 In Stock
Aloe marlothii subsp. marlothii – Mountain Aloe
A stunning, large Aloe widely distributed in so-called bushveld vegetation in South Africa, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and Mozambique to 1600 m. It grows a robust, solitary trunk that can reach an amazing 6 m. The large, succulent, grayish to bluish green leaves can reach 1.5 m long and are studd..
From USD 5.32 In Stock
Aloe mawii
A larger Aloe that can form a sparsely branching above ground trunk to 2 m tall, forms compact rosettes of broad green or grayish leaves with a red hue. They are armed along the edges. The usually unbranched inflorescence grows in an oblique fashion and has red to orange, upright flowers. It grows o..
From USD 6.43 In Stock
Aloe pluridens – French Aloe
A larger Aloe that will form sparsely branching stems to 5 m tall, topped by a crown of pale green leaves. The inflorescences are sparsely branched and hold compact racemes of pinkish to scarlet flowers. Aloe pluridens is native to coastal bushland in the eastern Cape Province and KwaZulu-Natal in S..
From USD 4.99 In Stock
Aloe rupestris
This magnificent, large Aloe grows an unbranched, upright trunk as tall as 8 m, covered at least in the upper part with dried leaves below the large crown of long, broad, deep green leaves. The much branched inflorescence holds many densely arranged yellow or orange and red flowers. It is native to ..
From USD 4.77 In Stock
Aloe spectabilis
A stunning, large Aloe from so-called bushveld vegetation in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. It grows a robust, solitary trunk. The large, succulent, grayish to bluish green leaves can reach 1.5 m long and are studded with short spines above and below. The old leaves form a dense skirt around the tru..
From USD 5.32 In Stock
Aloe spicata – Gazaland Aloe
A great, moderately large Aloe that forms a solitary or sparsely branched stem to 2 m tall, topped by dense rosettes of spreading, green to coppery red leaves. The inflorescences are unbranched and densely covered with yellow flowers. Aloe spicata usually inhabits rocky hillsides in Mozambique, Zimb..
From USD 4.99 In Stock
Aloe thraskii – Dune Aloe
A large, very impressive Aloe native to coastal scrub in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa that forms a robust, unbranched trunk to 4 m tall that holds a big crown of keeled, strongly recurved, dull green leaves and compact inflorescences with orange yellow flowers. Fairly fast and easily grown in warm ..
From USD 4.99 In Stock
A beautiful Aloe native to dry thornscrub in southern Madagascar that sports a crown of large, recurved, soft, dull or grayish green leaves atop a solitary upright trunk to over 3 m (10 ft.) tall that is clothed in dry leaves. The much-branched inflorescence holds profuse amounts of red flowers. In ..
From USD 5.43 In Stock
Aloe vryheidensis – Wolkberg Aloe
A very attractive, larger Aloe from rocky mountain slopes in northeastern South Africa between 900 and 1800 m with a slender stem usually covered in old leafbases that holds a compact crown of grayish leaves with a red tinge. The tall, unbranched inflorescence is densely covered with pink to yellow ..
From USD 5.32 In Stock
Archontophoenix alexandrae – King Palm
A very popular palm from Australia with grass green, feather-shaped leaves with silver undersides and slender crownshafts. The small, bright red fruits are produced in large quantities. The King or "Alexander" Palm will grow in a wide range of climates from tropical to cool temperate, and does excel..
From USD 5.43 In Stock
Archontophoenix cunninghamiana 'Illawarra' – Illawarra King Palm, Hardy King Palm
The Illawarra, a hilly costal region just south of Sydney and mildly popular with Australians for holidays, happens to be the southern limit of the natural distribution of Archontophoenix cunninghamiana. The palms originating from here are touted by some to be hardier to cold than those from further..
From USD 5.43 In Stock
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