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Our Full Inventory List

 

 

Below is a full list of our inventory ranging from palm trees and exotic plants, to fruit trees and bushes.  If perhaps you do not see what you are looking for, please contact us as we are always taking special orders from clients.  Again, no job is too big or too small for us here at GO Palms!

Palm Trees:

 

Christmas Palm Trees
Hearty, robust palms which look strikingly similar to Royal Palms, or the palm trees which line the streets and avenues of California and Florida that provide their unmistakable charm.  It is no surprise that these palms are some of the most popular here in the Tri-State as they remind customers of being on vacation!

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

15 gallon

25 gallon

Field Grown

 

Windmill Palm Trees
Resilient to lower temperatures while still maintaining that oasis type feel, Windmill Palms have become increasingly more popular here in the Tri-State area.

Available in:

3 gallon

25 gallon

Roebelenii Palm Trees

A shorter and stout species of palm, the Roebelenii Palm is another palm which is resilient to colder temperatures.  Hardy in all aspects, the Robelenii is another great choice for Tri-State residents.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

15 gallon

25 gallon

 

Spindle Palm
A palm which can withstand temperatures up to freezing, the Spindle Palm is a fairly large palm which can potentially reach up to 25 feet when planted in soil.  Their trunks are unique in that they are not your typical round trunk, but rather bulging.  These palms make for fantastic container plants.

Available in:

7 gallon

15 gallon

Bottle Palm
Very similar to the Spindle Palm, the Bottle Palm also has a bulging trunk.  The main difference between the Spindle Palm and the Bottle Palm is size; the Bottle Palm is a smaller version of the Spindle Palm.  Like the Spindle Palm, Bottle Palms also make great container plants.

Available in:

7 gallon

15 gallon

 

 

Lady Palm

A shorter, “bushier” palm which grows multiple thin trunks, the Lady Palm can withstand cold temperatures and tolerate shade well.  If cared for over time the Lady Palm has the potential to reach 10 feet, however be prepared as the Lady Palm requires room to spread out.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

15 gallon

25 gallon

Exotic Plants:

 

Red Sister
Possibly the most popular tropical plant in the North East, the Red Sister, also known as the Hawaiian Good Luck Plant, is an evergreen shrub with a deep pink to burgundy color.  The Red Sister provides vivid color to any type of arrangement and that type of “pop” many of our clients are looking for.  A tropical plant who loves warm to hot climates with good amounts of sunshine, the Red Sister must be taken indoors during the colder months.

 

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

 

Croton Petra
An evergreen shrub which originates from the Western Pacific Islands, the Croton Petra is a plant which requires a hot and humid climate; during winters they should be taken indoors.  They do require a fair amount of sunlight and they should be watered moderately to infrequently(allow their soil to dry between waterings).  But this shouldn’t deter you, once acclimated they are easy to take care of and their unique green leaves mixed with vibrant reds, oranges and yellows will be sure to keep you smiling.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

Red Banana aka Ensete
With large paddle shaped leaves, this banana like perennial sports colors ranging from red-purple, red-brown, to pale green.  A tropical plant which requires a hot climate, the Red Banana must be taken indoors during colder months.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

Alocasia

A tropical plant with large, heart-shaped leaves, the Alocasia has vivid veins which allows it to stand out in any type of arrangement.  They do require a warm to hot climate so they must be taken inside during colder months.  Their leaves grow large and quick making them fun to care for; their leaves can double in a weeks period!  Not to worry, during the colder months the Alocasia will enter a dormant period and their leaves will slow growing.  Once back in a tropical climate the Alocasia will return to its normal, rapid leaf growth.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

Alocasia Giant
A tropical plant with extremely large leaves which resemble elephant ears, the Alocasia Giant is impossible to miss as their leaves can grow to 3-6 feet in length and 2-4 feet in width!  Their trunks jut straight upward with their massive leaves protruding at the top.  The Alocasia Giant is easy to grow but does require to be brought indoors during winter months.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

Dwarf Alocasia

The little(much more little) sister of the Alocassia Giant, the Dwarf Alocasia also sports magnificent elephant shaped leaves of similar vibrant green.  Its short stature makes it a perfect container plant.  Like the Alocasia Giant, the Dwarf Alocasia requires to be brought indoors during winter months.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

Purple Glory Tree
An evergreen shrub native to Brazil, the Purple Glory Tree is lined with dense clusters of beautiful, vibrant purple flowers that grow up to 4 inches in diameter.  A conversation starter, the Purple Glory Tree demands your eye and is impossible to miss.  They prefer warm to hot climates and must be taken indoors during winter months.  However, it is possible once the Purple Glory Tree fully matures that it can withstand winters in the North East.

 

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

 

Croton Magnificent
A tropical evergreen shrub with vibrant green leaves speckled with intense splashes of yellow the Croton Magnificent have been a staple in Florida landscapes for decades.  They grow between 3 to 6 feet and thus make for perfect container plants.  They prefer a moist environment and must be taken indoors during colder months.

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

Dynamite Crape Myrtle

Boasting remarkable cherry-red foliage this large deciduous shrub is saturated with color.  It is impossible to miss and provides an unforgettable “pop”.  The Dynamite Crape Myrtle grows to heights of 15-20 feet and 10-15 feet wide in natural form.  These beautiful trees can survive the winters in the North East!

 

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

Mandevilla
A tropical vine which sports red, pink and white trumpet like flowers the Mandevilla makes a bold statement in any arrangement.  The Mandevilla requires a warm to hot climate with sunshine.  They are to be watered moderately and to be brought indoors during colder months.

 

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

 

Orange Bird Of Paradise
One of the biggest statement plants in landscaping, the Orange Bird Of Paradise looks nothing less than a work of art.  These slow growers will eventually reach 4-6 feet in height with magnificent yellow and orange flowers and one blue-purple stem making the plant resemble a bird taking flight.  The Orange Bird Of Paradise love sunshine and warm to hot climates and thus make for exceptional container plants

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

Fruit Plants:

 

Pineapple
The Pineapple is a short, robust tropical plant which grows to be 3-5 feet in height.  These popular plants produce up to 200 beautiful red flowers which eventually turn into berry-like fruit which then begin to join as one to form the popular Pineapple fruit.  The Pineapple requires a warm to hot climate and must be taken indoors during colder months.  Due to their short stature they make for perfect container plants!

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

Mango
Although they require a constant hot climate, the Mango Tree is relatively easy to grow.  When planted outdoors in soil these plants can become rather large, but if kept in containers they as easily manageable.  The Mango Tree produces thousands of tiny white flowers which emit a fantastic sweet aroma which is sure to add depth to any arrangement!  The Mango Tree requires a hot climate and should be kept in containers and brought indoors during colder months.

Available in:

7 gallon

15 gallon

Banana

Arguably the most popular fruit in the world, the Banana Plant is a prized plant among gardeners.  Although it resembles many characteristics of a tree, the Banana is in fact the largest flowering herbaceous.  Due to the Banana requiring a warm to hot climate they are best kept in containers and brought indoors or wrapped during colder months.

Available in:

7 gallon

15 gallon

Guava
A short tree with a wide canopy, the Guava Tree is a tropical plant which produces tiny white flowers which eventually turn into the berry fruit known as Guava.  These delicious berries are packed with vitamin C with varying tastes ranging from sour to sweet.  The Guava Tree requires a warm to hot climate and must be taken indoors during colder months.  Due to their short stature they make for perfect container plants!

Available in:

3 gallon

7 gallon

 

Coconut
The Coconut Tree is a sought after species of palm which eventually produces the popular fruit known as the coconut.  Although these trees take patience (they begin to produce their first fruits around the age of 6), as many gardeners will attest to, the benefits are worth the labor.  Due to growing rather large in size and requiring a warm to hot climate, the Coconut Tree must be wrapped during colder months.

Available in:

7 gallon

15 gallon

25 gallon