Palms and cycads
Crowned with 5–10-ft., green or blue-green leaves that curve in toward the trunk, this slow-growing South American native grows to 10–20 ft. tall, with a 10–15-ft. head and spikes of yellow flowers that develop into clusters of yellow to red, edible summer fruits (flavor is sweet-tart, like an apricot-banana-pineapple blend). It is among the hardiest feather palms, taking 15°F (–9°C). Its heavy trunk is patterned with stubs of old leaves; they look best if all are trimmed same length.
Seedless grapefruit with red tinted flesh. Red internal color fades to pink, then buff.
Sport of ‘Eureka’ with green-and-white leaves and green stripes on immature fruit; everbea...
Fast-growing tree to 50–60 ft. (rarely 100 ft.) tall. Young trees are symmetrical and pyramidal....