Almost all Palm trees completely love the warm and muggy climate of Florida. Florida's atmosphere ranges from tropical to subtropical. It has warm winters and sweltering summers. The temperatures extend from 65° to 70°F (18° to 21°C) in the north, and from 74° to 77°F (23° to 25°C) in the south. While this state gets a lot of tropical storms, twisters and water tornadoes are uncommon.
From June through September, you can anticipate very substantial downpours. The hottest temperature recorded was 109°F (43°C) and the lowest observed was – 2°F (– 19°C). Florida USDA hardy zones territory from 8a to 11.
Palm Trees in Florida
You can basically grow any palm tree in Florida, more specifically the southern part of the state in zone 11. Check out our Florida palm guide below.
Here is a small portion of the palms that can develop in Florida:
Bottle Palm Tree – Zones 10a – 11 (30 to 35F)
Canary Island Date Palm Tree – Zones 8b – 11 (15 to 20 F)
Carpentaria Palm Tree – Zones 10a – 11 (30 to 35 F)
Coconut Palm Tree – Zones 9a – 11 (20 to 25 F)
Fiji Fan Palm Tree – Zones 10a – 11 (30 to 35 F)
Florida Thatch Palm Tree – Zones 10a – 11 (30 to 35 F)
Majesty Palm Tree – Zones 9b – 11 (25 to 30 F)
Ponytail Palm Tree – Zones 8b – 11 (15 to 20 F)