Here are some other sites you might access for additional information or to obtain plants.
Check out the links below for more information about palms and other exotic plants or for mail order sources.
A Coastal Combination: Sabal palmetto, Oleander, and Cycas revoluta at Wrightsville Beach, NC. (Photo: June, 2000)
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SE Palm and Exotic Plant Society
Great organization of people (predominantly in the SE) who are growing palms and other exotics beyond the traditional limits.
Plant Delights Nursery
Sells some cold hardy palms and many unusual perennials.
Hardy Palms in the Raleigh area
Click here for a look at what's growing in North Carolina's capital city.
Camellia Forest Nursery
Great camellia nursery! They carry some for zone 6!
Good west coast source with a huge selection of broadleaf evergreens.
Subtropicals in Rhode Island
If you live in a cold area, you might want to check this site out and see what this Rhode Islander is growing.
This is THE place to buy palms in North Carolina. I highly recomend it!