Palm Trees Direct From The Farm

ATF Nursery

Family owned and operated since 1998, providing palms and other ornamentals to area homes and businesses throughout Indian River County as well as Palm Bay, Micco, Valkaria and Grant.

Supply as of September 20, 2019


We still have quite a few clusters of Chinese Fan Palms as well as Fishtail Palms and Pygmy Date Palms. Most everything else consists of handfuls or onesey-twoseys. The white pole in most of the photos is 6ft tall.

  • 15gl Chinese Fans 4ft $35ea

  • 15gl Chinese Fans 6ft $55ea

  • 25gl Fishtails 7ft $85ea

  • 15 & 25gl Pygmy Dates 3-4ft $75ea

  • Arecas, field grown 8ft $110ea

  • 7gl Arecas 5ft $20ea

  • 25gl Ligustrum (tree form) $55ea

  • 3gl Arboricola, Green and Trinette $6ea


Royal vs. Dwarf Royal Palms

They might look kinda the same, but they're entirely different palms.

Royal Palm on the left, Adonidia (Dwarf Royal) Palms on the right.

Royal Palm on the left, Adonidia (Dwarf Royal) Palms on the right.

Roystonea et al. are commonly known as Royal palms. There are several species of Royals, and they are all large trees -- between 50 and 130 feet when mature.

Adonidia are often called Dwarf Royals or Christmas palms. In our area, they rarely grow taller than 20 feet.

How to sex your tree.

Look closely at the contents spilling out of the pods on each of the palm trunks:

 

Male and female Phoenix roebelinni (Pygmy Date Palm)

Male and female Phoenix roebelinni (Pygmy Date Palm)

On the left trunk are pods filled with what might look like stalks of wheat but are actually clusters of creamy flowers; on the right, what looks like pine nuts strung together are really seeds. So....flowers are the males, seeds are females. See???