Florida Palm Tree Nurseries

There are a lot of nurseries in Florida. I will list only those that I know have a great variety of Palm Trees and other tropical plants. Here is a short list of Florida Palm Tree Nurseries that I personally trust:

Real Palm Trees
520 W. Green St.
Englewood, FL

This nursery is at the top of my list because it has a great variety of most popular palm trees and also some rare and exotic palms. They have excellent web site which helps them sell a lot of palm trees online. The best part is, when you buy online, you can get palm trees at a discounted price, plus free shipping. Another reason why I like this nursery is because each palm comes with Certificate of Authenticity which guarantees highest quality palm tree. All of their palm trees are properly grown and acclimated to the correct hardiness zone to insure success in planting. Real Palm Trees offers 100% satisfaction guarantee or you money back. Before going to any other nurseries I would recommend visiting them first.

Excalibur Fruit Trees
5200 Fearnley Road
Lake Worth, Florida 33467-5650
Phone: (561) 969-6988
Fax: (561) 641-3028

Excalibur Fruit Trees is of course is one of my favorite nurseries. This place has it all and in any size starting from tiny to fully grown plants. People get amazed when they visit this nursery with the selection of tropical trees and palms they offer. The owner of the nursery, Richard Wilson collects plants from all over the world, so with every visit you will discover something new. Definitely visit them if you live close by.

Top Tropicals
47770 Bermont Rd,
Punta Gorda, FL 33982
Phone: 941-575-6987

They have a wide selection of tropical plants, not as wide as Excalibur, but if you are looking for a popular palm trees they got it. The prices are a little bit higher and no free shipping like Real Palm Trees, but quality of the palm trees is good. The owners Mike and Tatiana, originally from Russia, are very friendly.

Exotic Palms
25000 S.W. 152nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33032
Phone: 305-246-3125

This palm tree nursery has a good selection of  tropical plants and palm trees.  They don’t sell their palm trees online and don’t offer free shipping. You have to call for the price. Steve, the owner of the nursery is very knowledgeable and will help you pick the right palm tree for your garden.

Excelsa Gardens
12839 25th Street North
Loxahatchee, Florida 33470
Phone: 1-800-649-5348
Fax: (561) 790-3197

This nursery has a small selection of palm trees but if you live in the area it’s worth stopping by.

Eldon Accessories
6654 NE 25th Avenue
Ocala, Florida 34479
Phone: 800-685-1533

This is a medium size nursery located in Ocala, FL. They don’t have large variety of palms trees but offer good customer service. You don’t need to make an appointment to stop by to look at plants. They also do a good job shipping plants, although shipping is not free.

I am updating this list of Palm Tree Nurseries on the regular basis. A lot of great nurseries have been closed in the last few years. Let me know if you can recommend a good Florida Palm Tree Nursery and I’ll add it to my site.


  1. lisa says

    i have an extremly tall coconut palm on a property i just purchased, do you know if it is worth selling or just have it removed??

  2. Bev Wing says

    Hi guys. I’m having problems with my big Chinese Fan Palms. They have brown tips. I cut ends off one of them with the brown tips. Also some have yellow leaves. We’ve been getting, buckets of rain daily. I sprayed them with a Chelated Palm Nutritional 2 1/2 hours before a down pour. Also cut the tips off 1/2 hour before it rained.. Was the Nutritional on long enough to do any good? Can you provide any more help?

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