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Florida Trees

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Meyer Lemon Tree
141 reviews
$34.95
Thuja Green Giant
157 reviews
$18.95
Bloodgood Japanese Maple
95 reviews
$59.95
Weeping Willow Tree
79 reviews
$59.95
Key Lime Tree
35 reviews
$59.95
Sky Pencil Holly
64 reviews
$29.95
Italian Cypress Tree
24 reviews
$19.95
Pink Dogwood
51 reviews
$99.95
Red Dogwood Tree
76 reviews
$99.95
White Dogwood Tree
33 reviews
$99.95
Ruby Falls Redbud
61 reviews
$139.99
Leyland Cypress
83 reviews
$19.95

What Shade Trees Grow in Florida?

Weeping Willow, Eastern Redbud, Forest Pansy Redbud, Oklahoma Redbud, Kwanzan Cherry tree, Okame Cherry tree, White Dogwood, Pink Dogwood, Red Dogwood, October Glory Maple, American Sycamore tree, Red Maple tree, Newport Flowering Plum, River Birch, Brandywine Maple tree, Willow Oak, Dynamite Crape Myrtle, Tuscarora Crape Myrtle, and Shumard Oak tree are Florida Trees for providing shade that are recommended for growing  zones 8 and 9. Natchez Crape Myrtle, Muskogee Crape Myrtle, and Pink Mimosa are flowering shade trees that can grow in zones 8, 9, and 10. They are the most heat tolerant trees of all of these trees and can handle hot climates. 

What Evergreen Trees Grow in Florida?

The fast growing Leyland Cypress can grow anywhere in Florida. The Italian Cypress is a lovely columnar evergreen tree for Florida. The Wax Myrtle, Wavy Leaf Ligustrum, and Howardi Ligustrum are excellent Florida Trees. These 5 trees are all heat and drought tolerant and make excellent privacy hedges. They are fast growing privacy trees that can be grown successfully in Florida. The Wax Myrtle is a native tree of Florida. The Leyland Cypress is the result of a cross between 2 tree species that are native to the United States.

What Fruit Trees Grow in Florida?

There are many Florida fruit trees. Fig trees like the Brown Turkey Fig, Celeste Fig, Little Miss Figgy Fig tree, and the Chicago Hardy Fig can all grow throughout Florida. Citrus trees like the Eureka Lemon and the Key Lime tree prefer growing zones 9 and 10, but the Meyer Lemon can grow anywhere in Florida including USDA growing zone 8. The Fuyu Persimmon can also grow in zones 8, 9, and 10 and therefore can handle any of Florida’s climates. 

What Palm Trees Grow in Florida?

The European Fan Palm is a great palm tree for Florida. It is a clumping palm tree that can reach 8 to 15 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide. It is extremely heat and drought tolerant. The Windmill Palm tree is another stunning option. This tall palm tree can grow to 30 feet tall and 6 to 10 feet wide and is pest and disease resistant. It is also hardy and tolerates drought, pollution, salt, and wind. The Sago Palm is a slow growing plant similar to a true palm tree. It reaches about 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide at maturity. This tough plant is deer, pest, and disease resistant.


Where to Buy Florida Trees?

At Plantingtree we have a huge selection of Florida Trees. We are a family owned and operated southern online garden center that ships plants and trees throughout the continental United States. Our Florida Trees for sale are high quality and ready to plant. We ship your order directly to your doorstep. Our customer service team is available to help you by phone or email. Buy Florida Trees here! Scroll up to view our available inventory.

How to Plant Florida Trees

Choose the appropriate site for your Florida Trees. Check the soil, water, and sunlight recommendations for your chosen tree. Dig a hole at least twice as wide as the root ball of your Florida tree. Place your tree in the hole. Step back and check each side to ensure your tree is straight in the hole. The root ball of your tree should be slightly above the soil line. Never plant the root ball lower than the soil line. Fill the hole with water. New trees like a lot of water especially in subtropical climates. This helps them establish properly and quickly. Once the water is absorbed, backfill the soil around the root ball. Mulch Florida trees with 1 to 2 inches of mulch. Extend the mound a few inches beyond the tree canopy. Mulching is very beneficial in Florida as it helps the ground hold water longer which is so critical for plants in hotter climates. It also protects the roots and keeps weeds that compete for water and nutrients away. Water again until the ground is completely saturated. Deeply water daily for the first week and at least twice per week for the next month or two while your tree is establishing.

Best Florida Shade Trees

American Sycamore Tree

Growing Zone 4-9

Cleveland Pear Tree

Growing Zones 5-9

Ginkgo Tree

Growing Zones 3-9

October Glory Maple

Growing Zones 4-9

Red Maple Tree

Growing Zones 3-9

River Birch Tree

Growing Zones 4-9

Shumard Oak Tree

Growing Zones 5-9

Weeping Willow Tree

Growing Zones 4-9

Willow Oak

Growing Zones 5-9

Top Flowering Florida Trees

Catawba Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-9

Dynamite Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-9

Eastern Redbud

Growing Zones 4-9

Forest Pansy Redbud

Growing Zones 5-9

Muskogee Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-10

Natchez Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-10

Okame Cherry Tree

Growing Zones 6-9

Oklahoma Redbud Tree

Growing Zones 6-9

Pink Mimosa Tree

Growing Zones 6-10

Pink Velour Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-10

Best Dwarf Florida Trees

Black Diamond Best Red Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-10

Black Diamond Purely Purple Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-10

Black Diamond Shell Pink Crape Myrtle 

Growing Zone 7-10

Blue Chinese Wisteria Tree

Growing Zones 5-9

Pink Knock Out Rose Tree

Zones 5-10

Pink Velour Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-10

Pinky Winky Hydrangea Tree

Growing Zones 3-9

Plum Magic Crape Myrtle

Growing Zones 7-9

Rising Sun Redbud

Growing Zones 5-9

Tonto Crape Myrtle

Growing Zone 7-9

Best Evergreen Florida Trees

Carolina Sapphire Cypress

Growing Zones 6-9

Italian Cypress

Growing Zones 7-10

Leyland Cypress

Growing Zone 6-10

Little Gem Magnolia

Growing Zones 6-9

 

Sky Pencil Holly

Growing Zones 5-9

Southern Magnolia

Growing Zones 7-9

Thuja Green Giant

Growing Zones 5-9

Wax Myrtle

Growing Zones 7-10

Favorite Florida Fruit Trees

Arabica Coffee Plant

Growing Zones 9-10

Brown Turkey Fig

Growing Zones 7-10

Celeste Fig Tree

Growing Zones 7-10

Chicago Hardy Fig

Growing Zones 5-10

Eureka Lemon

Growing Zones 9-10

Fuyu Persimmon 

Growing Zones 7-10

Key Lime Tree

Growing Zones 9-10

Little Miss Figgy Tree

Growing Zones 7-10

Meyer Lemon Tree

Growing Zones 8-10


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