Queen Palms

Common Name: Queen
Scientific Name: Syagrus Romanzoffiana
Zone: 10A-11
Growth Rate: Moderate to Fast
Origin: Brasil, Argentina, Uraguay
Salt Tolerance: Moderate
Drought Tol.: Moderate
Typical Height: 40′ OA

Product Description

Royalty Of Tropical Landscaping

Queen palms are majestic, fast growing palms found in tropical regions throughout the world.

Palm City Nursery and Landscaping is one of the leading growers in Southwest Florida. We are experienced professionals with fields located on Pine Island.

Customers choose us for quality and price.

Our knowledgeable field manager has over 30 years of experience and manages 65 acres of lush tropical agricultural lands.

Queen palms are native to several South America countries.

Their cold hardiness is an ideal fit for landscaping projects in Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Bonita Springs and Naples.

Often, landscaping professionals and homeowners incorporate Queen palms into a landscape when their vision requires a mature look. Royal Palms and Foxtail Palms offer a mature look as well. All three are spectacular and worthy of consideration.

Popular Applications:

  1. Focal point in an island feature
  2. Groupings of 3 or more at varied heights
  3. Architectural accent
  4. Provide shade to under plantings
  5. Create visual levels as a design element
  6. Lining a street or driveway

Landscape architects incorporate three or more levels into their designs. 18’ OA Queen palms are a great starting point that will define the levels needed for a dynamic aesthetic. Queens can grow up to 40′ OA.

Queen palms have dark green fronds that are long, lush and graceful. The trunk is smooth with lighter leaf scars.

They’re moderate to fast growing palms.

A consistent schedule of fertilization is important, as these palms are heavy feeders. Also, steady irrigation year round is necessary to maintain their beauty and consistent growth.

Queen palms are not self-cleaning and it may take long periods of time for them to fall from the canopy on their own. We suggest removing dead fronds every 6-10 weeks if you wish to maintain the consistent beauty of your Queen palms.

Call 239-336-9484 today.

Our experienced team can answer your questions, take you on a tour of our nursery, discuss your goals and budget and help you find the palms that will work best.

We can also help with delivery and installation.