Types of Palms
Exclusively at Moon Valley Nurseries, Piru Queen Palms grow with thicker, harder trunks, greener fronds & fuller crowns.
The elegant and fast-growing King Palm has quickly become one of Southern California's most popular palm trees. Perfect for adding a stunning accent to any landscape.
The Kentia palm is a small to medium size palm with beautiful weeping fronds. It's unique look is perfect for smaller landscapes and anywhere a tropical flare is needed.
This is the best selling dwarf palm at our nurseries. Plant just about anywhere a tropical splash of flavor is wanted!
This dwarf palm usually features multiple trunks, but can also be grown as a single trunk palm. Great for planting in small areas.
This large, robust palm is commonly called a pineapple palm, because it looks like a pineapple during the first decade of its growth.
Bismarck Palms produce a very large and wide reaching frond with a blue-green tint for a unique look impossible to find anywhere else.
This is one of the best selling and easiest to grow palms that we carry. We have the largest quantity of Mexican Fan Palms.
These are the big marquee palm trees you see in shopping centers, business, malls, and amusement parks. These add instant appeal and class anywhere they're planted.
This interesting palm is rapidly becoming popular with folks searching for something a little different. One of the easiest palms to plant and grow.
This small to medium size palm is one of the most cold hardy palms available in the market. Windmills provide an excellent tropical appeal wherever planted.
A very rare palm, these are originally native to the Baja Penninsula of Mexico. Extremely well adapted for just about the entire Western U.S.
Sabal palms can be used in a wide variety of landscape styles from tropical and sub-tropical to Mediterranean styles.
Unique palm has many trunks which give it a look similar to bamboo. Vibrantly dark green, star-shaped fronds create a tropical effect anywhere they're planted.
Sago palms add a fantastic and organized look just about anywhere they're planted. Plant multiple specimens for a tropical look.
Triangle Palms, a native of Madagascar, are a rare and unique palm. These beauties are capable of setting your landscape apart from the rest.
Needle Palms are a small and slow-growing accent palm widely prized for the clumping style growth rarely seen in palm trees.
The Phoenix Reclinata, named for the network of reclining, curved fronds it displays, adds the formality and elegance of the traditional date palm with a free flowing and unique shape.
A tropical show stopper, the Foxtail Palm has one of the most unique and spectacular foliage displays of all palms.
One of the most popular palm trees around the world for its fruit and makes an excellent landscape addition.
The unique Madagascar Palm and its needle-sharp spines and palm-like top is actually a semi-succulent, not a palm.
One of the most prestigious looking palm trees in the world and add that 'little slice of paradise' to your yard.
One of the most unique palm trees available for its unusual leaves - shaped like a jagged fish tail - which form layers of thick, ruffled fronds.
Named for its uniquely shaped trunk, the Bottle Palm is an outstanding accent palm for any tropical-style landscape.
Unique for its swollen trunk base where it stores water, the Ponytail Palm is considered extremely hardy and drought tolerant.
The Ribbon Palm is a great accent palm for just about any landscape as its delicate, fanning fronds dangle to the ground like ribbons.