These easy to grow palm trees are among the smallest landscape palm trees when mature, and can also be grown indoors in a hot window where most other plants would die. They also make great plantings in pots for your porch, or planted around a pool.
Areca Palms are cluster palm trees with dense tropical fine textured fronds that make beautiful privacy screens. Some people thin out many of the fronds leaving a couple of central trunks removing all the lower fronds growing this palm into a focal point.
Alexander Palm trees, Ptychosperma elegans, that are field grown provide immediate gratification. Plant these 8' to 14' large slender trunk Palm trees in the Pinellas county Florida landscapes for a tropical look.
Cat Palm Tree – Chamaedorea cataractarum Palms are cluster palm trees that look a lot like Areca palm trees. They do not get as tall and have darker green dense tropical fine textured fronds that make beautiful screening palms for the more shaded areas.
Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia, have beautiful bird looking orange showy flowers. Bird of Paradise plants will grow into beautiful shrubs, accent plants or specimen plantings for Pinellas county landscapes.
Alexander Palm trees, Ptychosperma elegans, are larger palm trees with a slender gray ringed trunk that can be planted in the smaller, narrower spaces that Saint Petersburg Florida residents have available. Alexander Palms are self cleaning Palm trees.