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Palm Tree Nursery in Mesa
Gilbert, and Queen Creek Arizona | Palm Trees for Sale

From small Bottle Palm trees to the soon-to-be-towering Mexican Fan Palm tree, the A&P Nursery in Mesa, Gilbert, and Queen Creek have the palm trees you need to add some tropical style to your landscape. Since our palm trees are grown right here in the East Phoenix Valley, you know that our palm trees are ready to thrive in our often warm and dry climate!

We Deliver and Plant Palm Trees!

Palm tree delivery is available Monday to Friday.
Take the effort out of planting palm trees in your landscape and have our pros come and do the job for you.
For palm tree planting service details, please inquire at a specific A&P Nursery location.

Types of Palm Trees

Browse our collection of palm trees for sale at our nurseries throughout the East Phoenix Valley below. We have a wide variety and new specimens come in every week, so drop by one of our palm tree nurseries to see what we have to offer in person.

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Bismarck Palm Trees
The Bismark Palm is native to the island of Madascar. Reaching up to about 20’40’ tall and 20’ wide, this is a fast growing palm tree that can go from 3’ to 15’ in only 5 years.
Bottle Palm Trees
Considered by many to be a dwarf palm tree, the Bottle Palm’s mature height of just 10’ makes it ideal for indoors or small outside areas like gardens.
Mediterranean Fan Palm Trees
The triangular, fan-shaped fronds of the Mediterranean Fan Palm can grow to about 24” wide. At 8’-15’ tall, this palm tree is hardier than most and also slower growing.
Mexican Fan Palm Trees
Shooting to over 100’ in the sky, the Mexican Fan Palm tree boasts a surprisingly thin trunk at only 10”-12” in diameter. It is a hardy and fast growing palm tree.

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Phoenix Palm Trees
Not to be confused with our city, the name Phoenix refers to the genus of this palm tree that grows to 70’-75’ with fronds as long as 20’.
Pigmy Palm Trees
A popular ornamental addition to hot climate landscapes, the Pygmy Palm tree is also known as a Miniature Date Palm. It grows slowly to its mature height of up to 12’.
Pindo Palm Trees
A very drought tolerant palm, the Pindo Palm tree grows large clusters of orange-yellow fruits known as Pindo dates once it’s mature. They grow to about 20’ tall.
Queen Palm Trees
Queen Palms are one of the most popular choices of palm trees because they require little maintenance. They grow from 30’ to 50’ tall and can produce dates.

Sago Palm Trees
The Sago Palm grows very symmetrically, making it useful in spots that can be approached from all sides. It is extremely slow growing, taking up to 100 years to reach about 20’.

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Buying a Palm Tree

Many Mesa and Phoenix residents loving nothing more than the picture of wandering out to their backyard on cooler days and enjoying a afternoon sitting in a hammock supported by to palm trees.  Here in the Phoenix area many new home owners are in the process of landscaping and buying palm trees.  It’s not just residents that are looking for these trees, but they are great for adding character to a commercial property as well.

Here you’re going to be able to learn what you should consider before buying a palm tree, the types of soil they work best in and what kinds there are for sale.
Before you buy – It’s important to consider a few factors that will help ensure that your new palm tree will grow well and live as long as possible.

Location, this is a concern in cooler parts of the country but palm trees thrive in the Phoenix sun.  However the location on your property still needs to be thought about.   You don’t want to plant your new palm in an area where there’s a chance it will grow into the house, up into power lines or other unmovable objects.  Experts can help you with all the facets of choosing a location, prepping the ground and actually doing the hard work of digging and securing your palm when being delivered.

The soil – Every different variety of palm tree has different needs when it comes to nutrients to survive and achieve optimal growth.  A sandy soil in contrast to a compacted clay type soil is preferable because clay or compacted soils stunt the growth and can lead to the roots rotting.  To ensure that the ground around your planting location is optimal you’ll also want to consider ensuring the nutrients are present by using a fertilizer.   This is useful not only during the initial planting process, but it can be helpful even on a biannual basis.

The Sun – Most palm trees soak up the sun and love every minute of it. There are a few variants that enjoy partial shade.  Some of the palms that like a bit of shade each day are the Windmill Palm, Acai Palm, and the Flamethrower Palm.  Visit with your Nursery regarding which type will fit your yard best and give you years of enjoyment.

The Water – Just like we need water, so do our palm trees.  When first planting the palm it’s recommended to get the soil well saturated.  Some even recommend a watering that gets the ground saturated to 18”.  During the first 7 or so months watering twice weekly is recommended, until the tree has a substantial root system that can seek water on its own.  After this point you can water seldom, even only 2 or 3 times a month is sufficient.