What is a palm? A palm is first of all a flowering plant. This distinguishes it from nonflowering plants such as conifers. Although palms are usually grown for their architectural from, or economic value. Secondly, a palm is a mono-cot, meaning that it has one embryo or seed leaf, mostly non-woody tissues, and flower parts in threes or multiples of three. This distinguishes it from the dicots, a group of flowering plants with two seed leaves.
Palms as structure has many forms, tree-like and vine-like, and that’s why palms are widely used in nearly every garden. Despite of the fact that palms usually do not look good in straight lines, but we all agree, what plant dose?
Finally, there are no palm species that has uninteresting or ugly silhouette, so palms can be planted in any structure if wisely and creatively selected and considered from a landscaping and architectural point of view.
Palm trees has huge number of species, at the garden Palace we strive to bring you a wide range of palms to meet your expectations, need and life style.