Palm Trees, an Ideal Plant for Central Texas

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Paradise Palms at York Creek Garden Center suggests gardeners look to palm trees for landscapes. Palm trees are hearty and ideal for the Central Texas environment.

The warmer months have begun for Texas, and residents are making sure their yards are cleaned up and prepared for the summer ahead. Paradise Palms at York Creek Garden Center has suggestions for those wanting to add something new to their landscapes. Now is the best time to select palms and plant them.

Palm trees are an ideal plant for South Texas. Owner of Paradise Palms, Dotti Litchfield, suggests palm trees for several reasons. Deer do not eat palm trees, they are drought tolerant, their root systems are non-invasive and they have few insect problems. Palm trees are also easy to keep alive and will provide years of enjoyment.

Palm trees should be planted when the soil is 65 degrees Fahrenheit and now is the time for gardeners to start choosing palms for their yards. Paradise Palms has a huge variety of palms to choose from. They have the most popular types, such as washingtonias robusta (mexican fan), California fan, cabbage palms, silver queens, Phoenix sylvestris and silver date palms.

Paradise Palms can help gardeners decide which palms will best fit landscapes and give planting information and tips. They are located at 8212 IH 35 North in New Braunfels, TX 78130. For their hours, please visit: http://www.texasparadisepalmsnb.com/info.html.

About the company:
With more than 50 years of experience in the plant nursery business, Steve and Dotti know all about what sorts of plants will work in a yard. Having lived in the Texas Hill Country since 1999, Steve and Dotti have firsthand knowledge of droughts, floods, and whitetail deer and are dedicated to selling top quality plants that thrive in Central Texas. For the best advice and selection, visit Paradise Palms at York Creek Garden Center today. Located at 8212 IH 35 North New Braunfels, TX 78130, they are open seven days a week.

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