Landscaping with Palm Trees
Palm trees are a beautiful addition to landscape design. Landscaping with palms can often be a challenge if you don’t have expert knowledge on the class of trees. Our Arborists have in-depth knowledge on the care of a wide variety of Arizona common palm trees. We can guide our clients on choosing the correct type of palm tree when planting new palms for design installation. We base our recommendations on choosing the palms based on the continual care the palm trees will require, the growth cycle, and the associated problems specific palm trees are susceptible to. Our team will ensure we install the best fit for landscaping with palm trees in Phoenix and our clients needs.
Types of Palm Trees for Landscaping Design
When deciding which type of palm tree to plant, consider the follow categories:
Centerpiece and Focal Palm Trees
Grouping Palm Trees
Arizona Drought Tolerate Palm Trees
Palm Trees for High Moisture Areas
Shade Palm Trees
Indoor Palm Trees
Street or Driveway Lined Palm Trees
Poolside and Potted Palm Trees
Ground Cover Palm Trees (under 12 feet)
Medium Sized Palm Trees (up to 50 feet)
Large Sized Palm Trees (over 40 feet)
Palm Tree Selection and Care
Once Phoenix Valley Landscaping helps you choose which palm trees are best for your property layout needs, we will cover the necessary care required for each of the select palm trees. Fertilization is incredibly important for almost all types of trees and plants, especially for particular palm trees. This is even more necessary when the palm trees are young and newly planted. PVL provides year-round care and fertilization for your palm trees. We have the knowledge to get your palm growing healthy and strong. Contact our aroborists today for more information about palm tree planting and care.
With an on-site visit from one of our arborist, any palm trees with a bacterial or fungal disease can be diagnosed and treated. If the palm can not be reversed to good health, we can follow up with a tree removal estimate and service. Most palm trees, especially those found in Arizona, are very acceptable to drought conditions, however the problem can exist based on your location and irrigation-sprinker systems. Some palm trees also have deficiencies in different types of minerals needed for their good health. Insect and bug infestations can also be dangerous to your palm. The Phoenix Valley Arborists will provide recommendations and point out any concerns we may see at the time of consultations.