Discover the fascinating climate of Vermont, a state known for its chilly winters and pleasant summers
While palm trees may not survive the cold temperatures, there are still ways to enjoy these beautiful plants in the state. By keeping them in pots and bringing them indoors before the first frost, you can create a stunning indoor/outdoor oasis. With average July temperatures ranging from 60-81°F (15-27°C) and January temperatures from 4°F to 25°F (-15°C to -3°C), Vermont offers a unique environment for cultivating plants.
Fall is a particularly enchanting time to appreciate the natural beauty of the state. Experience the magic of Vermont's weather, with record high temperatures of 105°F (41°C) and record lows of -50°F (-46°C). Embrace the changing seasons and the abundance of snow, with an average snowfall ranging from 60-100 inches (152-254 cm) depending on your location. Discover Vermont's USDA zones 3b to 5a and delve into the world of palm trees in a land where they are not traditionally found.
If you want to rent real palm trees for the summer, visit this local company that will deliver palm trees right to your home or restaurant.
Palm Trees In Vermont
Areca Palm Tree – Zones 9a – 11 (20 to 25 F)
Chinese Fan Palm Tree – Zones 8a – 11 (10 to 15 F)
Kentia Palm Tree – Zones 9b – 11 (25 to 30 F)
Lady Palm Tree – Zones 8b – 11 (15 to 20 F)