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Kansas is way too cold to even think about growing palm trees. Kansas has three sorts of the atmosphere: moist subtropical, moist mainland, and semi-bone-dry steppe. Contingent upon the particular year, summer is sweltering and damp or sweltering and dry with July experiencing the most extreme temperatures extending upwards of 91°F (32°C) – 93°F (33°C). Winters can be cool, mellow, or even warm. Normal most extreme January temperatures extend from 36°F (2°C) – 40°F(4°C). 

Every year precipitation is around 46 inches. Contingent upon the region, Kansas gets around 5 inches (130 mm) – 35 inches (900 mm) of snow every year. It additionally gets a ton of twisters and rainstorms. The hottest temperature at any point recorded was 121°F (149°C) and the most reduced was −40°F (−40°C). Kansas USDA zones territory from 5a to 6b. 

Palm Trees in Kansas 

Kansas State has a quickly changing climate that is unreasonably cold for palm trees. If you want palm trees here you need to complete two things: make a warm microclimate in your yard or develop palm trees inside and take them out amid warm summer months. On the off chance that you can make a microclimate that has a temperature of zone 7, you can develop the following palms: 

Needle Palm Tree – Zones 5b-11 (- 15 to - 10F)

European Fan Palm Tree – Zones 7b-11 (5 to 10 F) 

Pindo Palm Tree – Zones 7b-11 (5 to 10 F) 

Sago Palm Tree – Zones 7b-11 (5 to 10 F) 

Saw Palmetto Palm Tree – Zones 7a-11 (0 to 5 F) 

Windmill Palm Tree – Zones 7b-11 (5 to 10 F)

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