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Adonidias Palm Trees Wholesale Florida

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Landscape Services

plants and palms

Plants & Palms



Quality plants and palm trees come from tree farms and nurseries that operate under dedicated best practices. If you’re a community manager, professional landscaper, or property developer who needs quality Adoniadas in bulk at wholesale prices here in Southwest Florida, come see what we have to offer at Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape.

The Lure of Adonidia Palm Trees

Adonidias Palm Trees Wholesale FloridaAdonidias, otherwise known as Christmas palms, are excellent landscaping choices for the following reasons:

  • Low maintenance
  • Self-cleaning
  • Pest-resistant
  • Smaller size (average height = 15 feet) suits smaller landscapes and accent purposes
  • Ornamental white flowers and red berries appear annually during the early winter portion of the year
  • Available as single, double, and even triple trunked specimen
  • Slower growth suits long-term landscaping consistency
  • Many, varied landscaping purposes
    • Container plants for a patio or pool decking
    • Positioned in alcoves to fill empty space
    • Serve as a focal point in smaller gardens and circular drives
    • Accent entryways without overwhelming smaller spaces

Purchasing large numbers of Adonidia palm trees for golf courses, restaurants, city parks, and other properties in Southwest Florida is fairly common. What’s a Florida landscape without a variety of beautiful palms anyway? Choose Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape to provide your trees because we grow and nurture our trees from the very beginning. You can be confident in the quality of tree as well as the information we provide.

Information to Know Before Your Purchase

Planting Adonidia palms shouldn’t be a random point-and-dig event. You should consider the best place for the tree to thrive.

Primarily, Adonidia palm trees will need full sun. They might survive in partial sun, but they won’t meet their full growth potential. The fronds and trunks will be thin and lack the flourishing thickness of a healthy tree.

While these trees grow well in USDA Zone 10, the occasional frost can damage the tree. In this area, your Adonidia palm trees should be planted as far southward on the property as possible. Buildings and screens that protect from North winds will also help the trees flourish.

Since Adonidias are tolerant of salt, planting near bodies of water is a great idea because of the temperature stabilization they provide.

Information to Know after Your Purchase

After you choose the perfect place for your Adonidia palm tree purchase –  Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape – you can either walk the tree farm we have in Punta Gorda or allow our team of professionals to choose and deliver your trees with just a phone call.

Bear in mind, that we also offer tree installation services, so adding lovely Adonidia palm trees to your landscape won’t be a problem.

After planting, the initial watering is essential to your trees’ success. As the trees become established, they need to be watered regularly. The soil should be wet but never to the point of extended saturation since that level of consistent water could rot the roots of the trees. When you invest in a large order of palm trees for your property, an investment into a good irrigation system makes all the sense in the world.

Take advantage of the staff, equipment, knowledge, and quality palm trees we offer here at Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape as you consider the wholesale purchase of Adonidias in Southwest Florida. For more info, give us a call at 239-362-4327.

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