Palm Trees For Sale – Panama City, FL!

Call 850-872-7463 or 850-814-2449

Located right in Bay County! Just ask for Roger! We are just so very proud to showcase our special palm trees available online! Just give us a call, and discover the right palm trees for any project you might have in mind. Whether you live in Florida, or somewhere else, there’s nothing to shake up your landscaping project and make it beautiful like lush and green palm trees! Don’t forget you can download the Comet Palm Farm Flyer!, a full color flyer with all of palm trees. It’s perfect to print out and carry with you, or show your landscaper!

Bay County Palm Tree Gallery

Clicking on each image will navigate to a full size image of each type of palm tree. Get a real good view of how nice Comet’s trees really are!

More about the types of Palm Trees we sell…

Canary Island Palms

The Canary Island date palm is very widely planted as an ornamental plant in warm temperate regions of the world, particularly in areas with Mediterranean climates but also in some areas with a mild oceanic climate, such as Ireland and the Channel Islands. It can be cultivated where temperatures never fall below −10 or −12 °C (14 or 10 °F) for extended periods, although it will require some protection if cold periods are longer than normal. It is a slowly growing tree, exclusively propagated by seed.

Pindo Palms

Butia capitata, also known as Jelly Palm, is a palm native to Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. This palm grows up to 6m (exceptionally 8m) in a slow but steady manner. It is easily identifiable with feather palm pinnate leaves that arch inwards towards a thick stout trunk. Butia capitata is notable as one of the hardiest feather palms, tolerating temperatures down to about −10 °C; it is widely cultivated in warm temperate regions.

Sylvester Palms

Phoenix sylvestris, is one of the most popular palm trees in the world. This spectacular palm is often used throughout luxury homes, renowned golf courses or for avenue planting. Sylvester Date Palm Tree can also grow indoors. This palm can be grown in states like Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, Oregon and Texas.

Windmill Palms

Although not the northernmost naturally occurring palm in the world (Chamaerops humilis grows further north in the Mediterranean, and Rhapidophyllum and some Sabal species further north on the Atlantic coast of North America), it is one of the hardiest, as it grows at much higher altitudes, up to 7,874 ft in the mountains of southern China.

European Fan Palms

It is the only palm species native to continental Europe. It is mainly found in southwestern Europe (Malta, Sicily, coastal Spain and Portugal, central and southern Italy, some parts of the southern Mediterranean coast of France, as well as northwest Africa (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia). It is the northernmost naturally occurring palm in the world.

Washingtonia Palms

Washingtonia is a genus of palms, native to the southwestern United States (in southern California, southwest Arizona, Texas) and northwest Mexico. The fruit is edible, and was used by Native American people as a minor food source. They are also eaten by birds, which disperse the seeds in their droppings after digesting the fruit pulp. Washingtonia species are also used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species, including Paysandisia archon.

You can learn more about these species of Palm trees on Wikipedia!