North Dakota is obviously way too cold to even consider growing palm trees. North Dakota has a mainland atmosphere with sweltering summers and cold winters. The normal January temperature is 7°F (- 14°C). The normal July temperature is 69°F (21°C). North Dakota has an extraordinary climate. The winters are exceptionally cold with well under 0-degree frigid temperatures and a great deal of snow. North Dakota likewise gets mixed precipitation, ice, slush, and t-storms. From mid-spring to late-summer, the state gets 22– 34 days of stormy action and 13 twisters every year on average.
The hottest temperature at any point recorded was 121°F (49°C) and the most reduced was - 60°F (- 51°C). North Dakota USDA toughness zones territory from 2b to 4b.
Palm Trees in North Dakota
North Dakota is known to be a very chilly state with the vast majority of the zones situated in the cold zone 3. The only way to have palm trees is to have them potted so you can move them in and out as the temperatures permit. Here are some incredible indoor/outdoor palms:
Areca Palm Tree – Zones 9a – 11 (20 to 25 F)
Chinese Fan Palm Tree – Zones 8a – 11 (10 to 15 F)
Lady Palm Tree – Zones 8b – 11 (15 to 20 F)