Northern Hardy Plants

Northern Hardy Plants

Northern Hardy Plants
Allied Growers, Inc. 
 

Northern Hardy Plants

(other varieties available, call 1-800-321-4769)



AUTUMN_FERN

 
Ferns

ZONE 2:  
American Maidenhair, Cinnamon, Eastern Wood, Marah, Ostrich, Purple Royal
Royal, Sensitive, Southern Wood

ZONE 3:
Christmas

ZONE 4:
Cruciform Lady, Lady Fern, Japanese Beech, Japanese Painted, Red Beauty,
Red Stem, Remote Wood, Robust Male, Tatting Fern

ZONE 5:
Auriculate Lady, Autumn, Cut Leaf Hart's, T., Dwarf Autumn, Korean Rock, Shaggy Shield, Soft Shield, Southern Shield, Tassel, Western Sword

ZONE 6:
East Indian Holly, Japanese Holly

ZONE 8:
Giant Chain


Holly

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There are 12 species of Holly trees and shrubs.  Native to Southern and Eastern United States, USDA Zone 5-9.

Palms
 

Even if you don’t live in the warm climate, there are a lot of Cold Hardy Palm Treesthat can grow in your area. Most people don’t realize that palm trees can grow not only in Florida, but also in other 40 states.

 Here are the most popular cold hardy palms. These palms quickly gained popularity because they are durable and easy to grow

Bismarck Palm Tree – Bismarckia nobilis

 

The Bismarck Palm Tree is native to the island of Madagascar. This palm is cold hardy and can tolerate cold temperatures down to 15-20F when mature enough. This palm grows at the average rate and is perfect for USDA zones 8b-11. This palm is durable and can tolerate high winds and heat. The silver-green fan shaped leaves will add a dramatic effect to any landscape. Bismarckia nobilis is low maintenance and easy to grow.

Cabbage Palm Tree – Sabal palmetto

 

The Cabbage Palm is native to North America. This palm is very durable and will tolerate a wide variety of soil and weather. The Cabbage Palm is a cold hardy palm that can tolerate drought as well as cold down to 10-15F when mature. This palm grows at the average rate and is perfect for USDA zones 8a-11.

California Fan Palm Tree – Washingtonia filifera

 

The California Fan Palm is native to North America. It is very widely grown as an ornamental landscape tree in Arizona, Mexico and California. This palm tree can tolerate drought as well as cold down to 15-20F when mature. This moderate growing palm is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 8a-11. This palm requires some maintenance. With regular trimming of old leaves it looks very attractive.

Chinese Fan Palm Tree – Livistona chinensis

 

The Chinese Fan Palm is native to China and southern Japan. The Chinese Fan Palm is a cold hardy palm that can tolerate drought as well as cold down to 10-15F when mature. This moderate growing palm is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 8a-11.

European Fan Palm Tree – Chamaerops humilis

 

The European Fan Palm is also known as Mediterranean Palm. This slow growing palm is native to Mediterranean region of Europe. This palm is very attractive, bushy, evergreen that is extremely tough. The European Fan Palm is a cold hardy palm that can tolerate cold down to 5-10F. It is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 7b-11.

Needle Palm Tree – Rhapidophyllum hystrix

 

The Needle Palm is native to the southeastern United States. The Needle Palm is extremely cold hardy palm that can tolerate cold down to -10F when mature enough. This slow growing palm is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 5b-11.

Pindo Palm Tree – Butia capitata

 

The Pindo Palm is also known as Jelly Palm. The Pindo Palm is native to savannahs of South America. The Pindo Palm is hardy palm that can toleratedown to 5-10F. Temperatures below 5 degrees will cause damage. This very slow growing palm is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 7b-11. This palm is easy to grow, but it requires some maintenance to keep it nice appearance

Sago Palm Tree – Cycas revoluta

 

Cycads are known to be among the oldest plants on earth, unchanged for millions of years, originating in East Africa. The Sago Palm is cold hardy palm that can tolerate cold down to 5-10F. It’s a slow growing palm that is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 7b-11.

Windmill Palm Tree – Trachycarpus fortune

 

The Windmill Palm is native to central and eastern China. The Windmill Palm is a very cold hardy palm that can tolerate cold down to 5-10F. This slow growing palm is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 7b-11. This palm requires some trunk maintenance to keep its beautiful appearance.