Palm trees grow in warm weather places such as california or florida. cold places like New York and NewJersey do not grow palm trees.
pinon trees and dry weathered trees.
Yes!! In Albuquerque a few make it! But in Las Cruces they have tons of palm trees!! Even in Carlsbad theres a few!!
Along the southern coast of New Jersey, there are a few "palm plants" which look like palm trees but without the trunk. They are just the leaves and are small bush-like plants.
If you are going to grow the tree outside, make sure it is the right variety for your climate. I currently have a dead Queen palm in my backyard. It may be easier to buy a small palm tree and transplant it.
New Jersey does not have any palm trees because of the cold climate. Palm trees are grown from Virginia south to Florida. In New Jersey, you may see some "palm plants" which look like little bushes with palm tree like leaves.
yes, in New Mexico :) <3
Many cacti grow in New Mexico.
Im not sure because there is a species of palm called the windmill palm that will thrive in colder areas such as New Hampshire
No, because the misnomer "Land of Enchantment" doesn't inform you that it NEVER RAINS there. Good luck.