Palms and cycads
Slow-growing fan palms; some have trunks, some do not. Mature plants bear large clusters of tiny flowers among the leaves. Tolerate salt spray. All withstand 20°F/–7°C.
Native to the Caribbean. Ultimately to 80 ft. or taller and 20 ft. wide, with fan-shaped, immense gray-green leaves to 9 ft. across.Sabal mexicana
Native from Texas to Guatemala. Grows to 30–50 ft. tall and 12 ft. wide, has bright green, 3-foot leaves. Leaf stems persist on trunks of young trees, but drop later to show attractive, slender trunk.Sabal minor
Native to southeastern U.S. Grows to 3–6 ft. tall and 10 ft. wide. Green to blue-green, 6-ft. leaves. Tree is usually trunkless but sometimes has a short trunk. Old leaves fold at base and hang down like a closed umbrella.
From the southeastern U.S. Grows to 20 ft. tall and 10 ft. wide; much taller in its native habitat. Big (5–8 ft.) green leaves form a dense, globular head.
Slow-growing fan palms; some have trunks, some do not. Mature plants bear large clusters of tiny flowe...
Arching or drooping stems 3–6 ft. long. Shiny, bright green, needle-like leaves, 1 in. long, in ...
From South Africa. This groundcover has curved, 4–5-in.-long leaves; pale yellow to rose, 4-in. ...