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It is exceptionally difficult to own palm trees in Kentucky. Kentucky has a damp subtropical atmosphere. During summer it is warm and muggy with a normal extreme July temperature of 87°F (30°C). Winters are decently cold with normal temperatures in January of 40°F (4°C). 

The hottest day at any point recorded was 114 °F (46 °C) and the most reduced was −34 °F (−37 °C). The normal yearly precipitation is around 44.5 in (113 cm) and snowfall is around 18 in (46 cm). The state additionally gets around 46 days with rainstorms. Kentucky USDA solidness zones territory from 5b to 7a.


Palm Trees in Kentucky 

If curious about owning palm trees in Kentucky, know that you have to live in zone 7. All zones lower than that are excessively cold. Tragically, there are just a couple of little regions in Kentucky that reside in zone 7. If you are living in colder territories, you should make a microclimate that is capable of reaching the same temperatures as zone 7. 

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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