Buy Sabal Palm Trees For Sale in South Carolina


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Palm Tree Depot designed the Sabal palmetto in North Carolina. It is the most popular for many uses including landscaping. The hardy sabal palm tree is known for tolerance of salt spray and cold and can survive short periods of temperatures as low as minus (-) 14 °C.


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SABAL PALMS FOR SALE Palm Tree Depot delivers Sabal palms North Carolina. But the clients are requested to calculate the distance of their destined location from the depot through Google Maps. The shipping charges are fixed at 1.85 dollars per mile. You can even call at the depot on their customer service number which is mentioned at their official website at: and get details about the current shipping rates. A minimum of twenty trees are delivered at a time.

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SABAL PALM TREES FOR SALE SOUTH CAROLINA Palm Tree Depot is a very famous distributor of the exquisitely tall Sabal Palms South Carolina. These trees can easily survive in extremely cold weather with temperatures lower than 14 degree Celsius. The most commonly known Sabal palms is the Cabbage Palm tree which is very easy to maintain. This variety of palms can endure drought brackish water and standing water as well.

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BEST SABAL PALM TREES Palm trees and the several variety of the same genus have found great popularity among home re-decorators and landscapers. Their popularity stems from the fact that these plants provide an exotic look to the garden and make it seem tropical-like. The presence of a palm tree automatically triggers a memory of seeing it in a desert.

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SABAL PALMS NORTH CAROLINA Sabal palmetto is a particular kind of tree that grows up to a height of 65 feet or 20 meters. Sometimes these trees grow up to a height of 92 feet or 28 meters. It is really a unique type of fan palm. It consists of a petiole which grows as a centre spine which is known as Costa. The cost palmate leaves of these trees have a well-defined midrib or Costa which is not generally visible in the traditional palmate leaves.