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Where can I find a large selection of palm trees for sale in or near Wilmington?

JJ Knight
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The moon rises over a palm tree at Wrightsville Beach. (StarNews file photo)

Here are some places around Wilmington that carry various types of palm trees:

  • Five Oaks Nursery, 2120 Old Winter Park Road, Wilmington [Map this], carries windmill palms, sabal minor palms, European palms and pindo palms.
  • Fitness Tree Service, 6411 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington [Map this], offers sabal palms from 8 feet to 14 feet tall.
  • Tinga Nursery Inc., 2918 Castle Hayne Road, Castle Hayne [Map this], has Australian palms and windmills. In early March, Sabal palm trees will be available.
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    5 Responses to “ Where can I find a large selection of palm trees for sale in or near Wilmington?”

    1. On January 27, 2011 at 5:41 pm Billy wrote:

      It should be noted that it is ideal to wait until it is very warm to plant palm trees, and make sure they aren’t planted any deeper that they were originally growing.

    2. On January 27, 2011 at 7:28 pm Charles wrote:

      Doesn’t Zone 8 Gardens on College just south of 17th Street “Extension” also sell palm trees?

    3. On January 28, 2011 at 10:16 am Carol wrote:

      We purchased 10 two years ago from Lloyds of Landscape on Market and we have been very pleased. We found that we got them about $15 a piece cheaper than most other places we shopped. ($150 total savings)

    4. On January 29, 2011 at 1:07 pm Michelle wrote:

      Bridger’s Landscapes in Southport also has a large selection of palms. 910-457-4644

    5. On January 22, 2018 at 11:58 am Dennis Brandt wrote:

      I also know that Wilmington Local Tree Service has a bunch available.

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