Real Palm Trees

Yes, Palm trees in Colorado. We fall in the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map mostly in the 5 & 6 Zones with a small portion of the state in zone 4. There are palms that will do well in Colorado if you have the indoor space for plants and small trees. 

Cold Hardy Palm Trees fall in the category we recommend to hedge your bet. There are palm tree enthusiasts that grow palms in Colorado.

  • Mediterranean Fan Palms - Cold Hardy to 5-15 degrees F
  • Windmill Palm Trees - Cold Hardy to 5 degrees F
  • California Fan Palms - Cold Hardy to 15 degrees F
  • Mexican Fan Palms - Cold Hardy to 18 degrees F
  • Queen Palm Trees - Cold Hardy to 20 degrees F
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