How far north can coconut trees grow?

Answer The coconut palm tree, Cocos nucifera, is a solitary type tree that is native to the Pacific Islands. The tree is hardy to plant in USDA growing zones 10 and 11, which is located in southern Florid... Read More »

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How do I grow coconut trees in Florida?

The Florida climate readily lends itself to this type of tree, and anyone who visits Florida will note that coconut trees abound. The subtropical climate is ideal for the successful growth of tropi... Read More »

How do I grow coconut trees from coconuts?

The coconut palm, cocos nucifera, is a beautiful tree that can live 60 or even 90 years and produce 25 to 75 pounds of fruit each year. To grow your own coconut tree, do some research and some care... Read More »

How to Grow Coconut Palm Trees Indoors?

Coconut palms (Cocos nucifera) grow in tropical regions all over the world and are one of the most important agricultural crops in the world. Unfortunately, they can be difficult to grow indoors be... Read More »

Can coconut palm trees grow in arizona?

A coconut palm tree cannot grow in Arizona because it requires a constant tropical climate to thrive. In the United States, the only states where coconut palm trees grow outdoors are Hawaii, Puerto... Read More »