Some of our available palms at Oregon Palm Nursery are only available at our physical location. We have a large variety of species that you will surely love!
Our helpful and dedicated workers have years of experience in the industry, so you can trust that we can assist you in choosing the perfect palms for your home. No matter what you decide to buy, we will ensure that you receive exceptional customer service.
RARE WAGGIE PALMS ARE A MUST HAVE FOR ANY PALM ENTHUSIAST LIVING IN TEMPERATE CLIMATES LIKE OURS!
Trachycarpus wagnerianus has small (~2 feet wide), stiff, deeply-cut dark green leaves that are rounded in outline and held on shorter petioles than T. fortunei, which gives the plant an overall more compact look. It is very hardy, tolerating temperatures to 5°F or less when mature, and is tolerant of more wind and coastal conditions than T. fortunei. This plant is unknown in the wild and is thought to have originated in Japan; some believe it is a rare variantion of Trachycarpus fortunei.
Approximately 2 ft. overall height
Appoximately 3 ft. overall height
CHINESE WINDMILL PALMS HAVE LONG BEEN GROWN IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST GARDENS AND ARE CONTINUING TO GAIN POPULARITY THANKS TO THEIR INSTANT TROPICAL LOOK!
Chinese Windmill Palms are one of the most cold hardy palms available. It is beautifully compact and grows to heights of 20-40 ft..This is a cold hardy palm and can withstand subfreezing temperatures of 5 degrees F or less. In its native habitat (Himalayan Mtns. of China) this tough palm is sometimes subjected to a cover of snow and ice.
5 gallon- approximate size 2 ft+ overall height
15 gallon- appoximate size 4 ft. overall height
25 gallon- approximate size 6 ft overall height
Add a description about this category
5 ft. trunk $500, 6 ft. trunk $600, 7 ft. trunk $700, 8 ft trunk $800, 9 ft. trunk $900
MEDITERRANEAN FAN PALMS ARE SLOW GROWERS IN OUR CLIMATE, BUT WILL LOOK GREAT IN A DECORATIVE POT ON YOUR DECK, PATIO OR EVEN BY YOUR POOL!
The Mediterranean fan palm trees form clumps of multiple trunks that can grow up to 15' in height. They are native to Europe and Northern Africa. Plant in well draining soil. Very cold hardy to 10 degrees F.
Chamaerops Humilis v. Cerifera is an evergreen, low maintenance palm from 5000 ft. in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco hardy to about 5 degrees F or more when mature. It is very similar in appearance to the normal Chamaerops Humilis except that the narrow, fan palm leaves are a different colour. Chamaerops V. Cerifa are a lovely, pale blue color which becomes more vivid as they mature. They start off with green leaves, progressing to blue.
The Jelly Palm is one of the hardiest feather palms in the world. This is perfect for any palm lover that likes to push the limits in our Northwest winters.
Butia capitata, also known as jelly palm due to the fact that jelly is made from its fruit in South America, is a palm native to Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay. This palm grows up to 20 feet in an extremely fast manner. It is easily identifiable with feather palm pinnate leaves that arch inwards towards a thick stout trunk. Butia capitata is notable for being one of the hardiest feather palms, tolerating temperatures down to about 15° F. It is widely cultivated in temperate climates.
Yucca Rostrata is a trunking,cold hardy yucca withstanding temps down to -20F
Black Bamboo is cold hard below 0F and is a stunning and unique additional to any exotic or tropical themed garden.
GOLDEN BAMBOO, BLACK BAMBOO
Golden bamboo has green foliage and golden canes. Leaves are retained year to year. The golden bamboo grows rapidly and is good as a hedge to block out your neighbors. At maturity, the typical golden bamboo will reach up to 15 feet high, with a maximum height of 15 feet at 20 years old. It is hardy, surviving temperatures up to 0° F.
Black bamboo grows up to 5 meters (16 feet) tall by 3 meters (10 feet) broad. It forms clumps of slender arching canes, which turn black after two or three seasons. This bamboo is very cold-hardy, surviving temperatures below 0° F.
Fargesia robusta ‘Campbell’
An upright, non-running species introduced by the Wolong National Nature Reserve in China. This bamboo is composed of plentiful, closely spaced, upright, green canes, eventually becoming pale yellow. The white culm sheaths are a very decorative feature in summer. Its height reaches 12 to 15 feet. The clumping bamboo is also cold-hardy, surviving temperatures down to at least 5° F. It is immensely useful for all purposes, but exceptionally good as a non-running decorative screen for gardens.