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You can definitely own palm trees in the warm territories of Nevada. Nevada has a desert and semiarid atmosphere with a very wide scope of day-by-day temperatures.


By and large, the climate is dry and bright. The south has long sweltering summers and short gentle winters. The west has short sweltering summers and modestly chilly winters. The Upper east has short sweltering summers and long sub-prime winters. The normal January temperature over the state is 32°F (0°C). The normal July temperature over the state is 69°F (21°C). In the south amid summer, the thermometer every now and again goes over the 100° F mark. 

The hottest day at any point recorded was 125 °F (52 °C) and the most reduced was −50 °F (−46 °C). Low precipitation of just 7.5 in (19 cm) every year makes the state of Nevada the driest state in the US. Nevada USDA zones territory from 4a to 9b. 

Palm Trees in Nevada 

The hottest spot for developing palm trees is close to Las Vegas city within the zones of 8b-9b. Since Nevada is a desert, make sure to carefully select palm trees that are tough and will endure desert conditions. Here is a portion of the palm trees that can take the heat and sun in Nevada: 

Bismarck Palm Tree – Zones 8b – 11 (15 to 20F) 

Caranday Palm Tree – Zones 9a – 11 (20 to 25F) 

Mexican Fan Palm Tree – Zones 8b – 11 (15 to 20F) 

Mazari Palm Tree – Zones 6b – 11 (- 5 to 0F) 

Triangle Palm Tree – Zones 10a – 11 (30 to 35F) 

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

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

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