Mast Trees Palm Beach County, Florida - Wholesale
When your landscape design in Palm Beach County, Florida calls for something out of the ordinary, consider wholesale Mast Trees from Palmco.
If you love the look of tall, narrow, columnar Italian Cypress trees, you will love the striking Mast Tree. Its unusual, compact form and lush green foliage make it an excellent choice for color and, when closely spaced, for screening.
Layers of feathery, wavy-edged leaves hang from drooping branches that closely hug the straight, thin trunk. Leaf colors range from coppery brown when new, to light lime green, to a shiny dark green as they age, creating an eye-catching focal point in your Zone 10a landscape.
Characteristics of the Mast Tree
• Elegant vertical column-like form
• Evergreen ornamental foliage
• Suitable for narrow spaces
• Moderate growth rate
• Tolerates direct sun to partial shade
• Average watering requirements
• Easy to maintain
• Drought tolerant
• Salt tolerant
• No notable pest threats
Plant Mast Trees in full or partial sun in rich clay, loam or sandy soil, and make sure the soil is well-drained. The trees do not like to be wet and will rot if left sitting in water for long periods. Lightly soak the soil and then do not water again until the top two inches have dried out. Avoid overwatering or it may ultimately kill the tree.
The Mast Tree will grow to 30 to 45 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide at maturity. They are ideal for narrow areas because they grow quite tall, but remain slender. They are stunning when lining avenues or driveways, as tall hedges, privacy screens, visual dividers, architectural accents, and as windbreaks in open areas.
Consider planting Mast trees when you need easy-to-maintain trees that few others will have!
Palmco serves all of Florida and the contiguous U.S., providing a wide selection of FF-grade palms, top-quality bamboos, and ornamental plants with different heights, shapes, textures and colors.
We assist landscape contractors, architects and developers with everything they need to beautify a resort, golf course, commercial properties, residential estates and more, by providing large tree transplants and specimen trees throughout the country and worldwide.
If you are interested in lesser-known palm trees that will flourish in Zone 10a, be sure to ask about the Caranday Palm, a rare South American palm that is not well-known in cultivation but will make quite an impression, the regal Foxtail Palm with its beautiful, fluffy looking fronds, and the smaller Dwarf Sugar Palm, an unusual clustering palm that will make a striking single specimen or lush hedge or screen when planted in groups.
Palmco’s knowledgeable staff can help you make the right choices for your West Palm Beach County, Florida landscape. We have wholesale Mast Trees for sale and can help you find other spectacular plants that will thrive in your location. Contact us at (239) 283-1329 or (855) GO-PALMCO, to discuss your requirements.