(Cocos plumosa) Matures at 40+ ft tall. Long fronds ~10 ft long. Tough palm. Full sun.
(Seaforthia Elegans)| Usually grows around 15 ft in our area. Has a nice clean trunk as older fronds shed. Recommended to be planted in shade in our hot summers. Some protection from frost would be beneficial as well.
Mexican Fan Palm
(Washingtonia robusta) Tall palm 40+ ft. Narrow trunk with large fan shape fronds at the top. Very tough, tolerates most conditions. Full sun. Can be a bit invasive with seedlings.
Mediterranean Fan Palm
(Chamaerops humilis) Around 10-15 ft tall and wide multi trunk palm. Fan shaped fronds. Hardy palm takes most conditions. Full sun
(Trachycarpus fortunei) Medium sized palm 15-20 ft tall. Narrow fuzzy single trunk palm, fan shaped fronds. Tough palm, full sun.
Canary Island Phoenix Palm
(Phoenix canariensis) Large Palm 30+ ft. Will get quite large and needs plenty of room to grow. Full sun is best
Pygmy Date Palm
(Phoenix roebelenii) Small palm typically 6-10 ft tall. Grown in groups, full to part sun is best. Usually is damaged by frost in our area, but recovers fast in the spring.
(Cycas revoluta) A palm relative, very slow growing to under 10 ft. Best color with a bit of shade from afternoon sun.
(Butia capitata) Medium palm around 15 ft tall. Bluish green fronds curve back towards the trunk for nice cascading look. Also know as Jelly palm will grow a tasty cherry like fruit. Hardy palm. Will grow in full sun to part shade.