Vermont Palm Trees

Vermont state is too cold to grow palm trees. Vermont has humid continental climate with snowy cold winters and warm, humid summers. The average July temperatures range from 60-81 (15-27°C) while average January temperatures range from 4°F to 25°F (-15°C to -3°C). Fall is the most pleasant time of the year.

The warmest temperature ever recorded was 105°F (41°C) and the lowest was –50°F (–46°C). Vermont gets on average between 60-100 inches (152-254 cm) of snow each year depending on the location. Vermont USDA hardiness zones range from 3b to 5b.

Vermont USDA Zones

Growing Palm Trees in Vermont

Since Vermont is too cold for outdoor palm trees, the only way to have palm trees is to grow them indoors. Here are some great indoor palms:

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Major Cities in Vermont

  • Burlington – Hardiness Zone 4b

~Susan Brian

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