I would say that the northern limit of palms on the east coast of North America would be coastal Rhode Island (borderline plant zone 7a/7b) or Nantucket (solid plant zone 7b) (RI is farther north, but Nantucket is technically farther up the coast). It is generally accepted that both the Dwarf Palmetto (Sabal minor, a non-trunking palm similar and related to S. palmetto) and the Needle Palm (Rhapidophylum hystrix) can survive AND reproduce in areas as far north as the New York area (coastal southern Connecticut). Because summer heat is an important factor in the survival of these specimens, they are easier to grow in southern CT than RI and the MA islands; the climates of the latter two are too maritime in the summer months to produce substantial growth, but, it still is very possible. Sabal palmetto can be grown in zone 7 areas with success if protected from the cold and sited appropriately on a south-facing foundation. But, in terms of a northern limit of palms, they would not be included because they would not survive "naturally." Windmill palms are a bit hardier than Sabal palmettos, but still need to be protected in northern zone 7 climates. Windmill palms (Trachycarpus fortunei) do well in areas with heavy maritime influence and may very well be better adapted to places like Nantucket than either the Needle Palm or the Dwarf Palmetto. More gardeners in the areas around New York ought to try some of these palm varieties.
Palm Trees do not grow naturally in Massachusetts but you can grow real Palm Trees within the state. Windmill Palm Trees and Needle Palms are the two Palm Trees able to survive in Massachusetts. In the Winter both of these palms can withstand temperatures to -20 degrees. Palm Trees are easier to grow in eastern Massachusetts than western. Eastern Mass is Worcester and east. The best locations to grow palms in Eastern Mass is areas on the coast. For example, Boston and Cape Cod and the Islands (Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard).
There are 2,500 different kinds of palm trees. The Fan palm is native to CA, the Washington Fan palm is native to Baja CA, and the date palm is native to northern Africa.
In northern california there is the Redwood trees. It depends in california where you go. In Palm springs there is joba and palm trees.
It would be southern France
Queensland or Northern Territory where its humid and tropical weather.
The collective noun for palm trees is a grove of palm trees.
No, there are no palm trees in the forest. There are palm trees in the tropics, but there are no forests in the tropics.
No palm trees are not a grass
Peaches never grow on palm trees. Only coconuts and palm nuts grow from palm trees.
All palm trees are vascular plants. Some palm trees bear fruit such as the coconut palm tree and the date palm tree.
The Palm trees don't have flowers
Kenya, like most places has varied climates in different parts. for example the northern part of Kenya is dry and trees are scarce in this region. Eastern, Western, and Central Provinces in Kenya have trees of all kinds, some more than others. the coast of Kenya (by the Indian Ocean has palm trees, coconut trees, and other trees. The answer to this question is, yes, trees do grow in Kenya.
No. It's too cold for palm trees.
there are queen, Mexican and sage palm trees.
No. Palm trees grow on land, not in the water.
No. They grow on banana trees. Palm trees have dates or coconuts.
All that is sweet and nommy. And palm trees. And apples. Apples are cool. So are palm trees. Palm trees are cool.
First of all there are different kinds of palm trees. Palm describes the characteristic shape of the leaves of these trees. We have the Palm oil tree as well as as the coconut palm tree and others..
Palm trees are found in Tropical Rain Forests
yes there are palm trees by the meditereanean sea in Switzerland
How do palm trees and animals interact? In ecosystems
If you search in google images for 'palm sunday" you will find pictures of palm trees
Currently, Rome does have palm trees, however, by 2015, the trees will be killed off. A creature called the red palm weevil is the culprit of killing these trees by burrowing into them.
Yes there are.you would usually think that there are palm trees in Florida, (there are) but Hawaii is also very abundant in palm trees as well.
there is over 45,000 palm trees in California... and there are many more because in California, rarely do these palm trees get cut down