Landscape contractors looking for wholesale palm trees to enhance their customers’ properties should consider Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape as the best source for quality subtropical plants and trees for sale near Sarasota, Florida.
Our 60-plus acre tree farm on Pine Island is an obvious choice for sourcing landscaping elements in Southwest Florida. Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape operates under processes that are driven by a commitment to customer satisfaction, environmental awareness, and plant and tree health.
Motivated by Customer Satisfaction
A genuine focus on customer satisfaction sets Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape apart from competing tree providers. Contractors, architects, and property managers who purchase palm trees from us can count on quick delivery and safe tree installation when requested. Our commitment lends itself to developing customer loyalty and repeat business, outdoing the competition each and every day.
Driven by Environmental Awareness
Environmentally aware and sustainable practices also drive the operation of Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape. Our tree farm utilizes irrigation, fertilizer, and planting systems that are best practices in the industry. We’re committed to protecting the environment that provides us with our remarkable plants and trees to ensure continued growth for generations to come.
Plant and Tree Health
When customers purchase plants or trees from Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape, they can be confident in the state of the specimen purchased. The plants and trees will be healthy, free from disease or pests. We provide diligent care and monitor to provide only the healthiest trees and plants to customers. Our reputation depends on this diligence.
Variations in Palm Tree Features
Generally, the frond shape of palm trees differentiates the types of trees. Pinnate and palmate are the most common shapes of fronds.
- Otherwise called “feather leaves”
- Fronds display as dual, symmetrical rows of leaves on opposite sides of a stem, resembling a feather
- Otherwise called “fan leaves”
- Leaves grow from the base
The trunk of the tree also indicates the tree type in some instances:
Solitary Trunk – specimen with a single trunk
Clustered Trunk – specimen with multiple, thinner tree trunks
No Trunk – specimen with a very short tree trunk that isn’t visible
Other markings or scars on tree trunks may also indicate the type of palm tree in question. Some types of palms experience scarring left by fallen leaves while others have a smooth texture.
Differences among palm trees aren’t limited to physical features. The most appropriate growing situations also differ among the types of trees. The vulnerability to frost or freezing temperatures, the need for shade or sun exposure, and even the level of humidity required will depend on the type of palm tree.
When you’re buying palm trees, the purchase should reflect the needs of the landscapes and the budget of your customers. Bear in mind that larger trees cost more and that landscaping design should include a consideration of future growth. Larger trees will require professional installation which we at Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape can safely and appropriately provide.
To identify which wholesale palm trees are best suited to the site you’re landscaping in Sarasota, Florida, visit Beltran’s Nursery and Landscape. You’re welcome at our tree farm on Pine Island or at our nursery in Punta Gorda. You can also call 239-362-4327 to discuss the demands of your project or to place an order for delivery.