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How are palm trees delivered?
There are three possible options:
- Semi Truck (the most common)
- Do it yourself
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How do you plant a palm tree?
Most of the palms we sell weigh well over 1,000 pounds. For this reason, we never recommend you install a palm yourself. If you need help selecting a landscape contractor, download our guide here.
How do you measure a palm tree?
What is the best climate for Palm Trees?
This understanding is the first step that we consider imparitive for all of our customers. Palm Trees are known for their tollerance to heat, as well as drought. All Palm varieties supplied by Desert Empire Palms are well adapted to living in the southern United States, where the temperature remains warm year round.
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How often should I water my Palm Trees?
For trees planted in a lawn or other areas regularly watered by traditional sprinklers, this may not be necessary. Our installation team can determine the best method of irrigation based upon the moisture content of the soil when the hole is dug prior to planting. If the land has high clay content, less water is recommended.
When can I cut the ties around my palm fronds?
How are palm trees removed from the nursery?
How do you price your palms?
Per foot is the standard established by The American Nursery Standard Institute. The palm tree industry measures palms based off of the brown-trunk-height.
The price per foot is different for every breed of palm tree, but the most expensive and saught after tree is the Medjool Date Palm. This tree produces a delicious fruit and is debatably the most aesthetic palm tree. The Deglet Noor is the second most valuable tree. This tree produces fruit that is used in major food production operations. The California Filifera is the third most valuable palm tree. This tree is a very slow growing palm tree with a very large trunk base. The cheapest palm tree for sale at Desert Empire Palms is the Mexican Fan Palm. This palm tree grows relatively fast and has a thin trunk base.
Do you palm trees come in a box?
4 Nursery locations. Servicing the Southwest USA and across the country.
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