Total Cost including Installation $350.
Wholesale Price: $150* (retail is normally $239 for a 25 gallon palm)
Labor, Delivery, Equipment, Supplies (planting soil, mulch, etc.): $200
Foxtail Palm Information
The perfect palm for your Southwest Florida Landscaping. Creates an elegant anchor point for your property in a multi trunk configuration. As the tree matures the green leaves develop into a bushy fox's tail. This tree grows to 30 ft. and requires full sun to partial shade.
Tree Size: 45 Gallon Single Trunk or Double
Tree size: 11-12 ft.
Total Cost of Installation $695.00
Wholesale Price: $300*
Delivery, Labor, Supplies (planting soil, mulch, etc.): $395
Total cost of plant & installation: $695*
Weight of Single Tree 250-350 lbs.
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The cost of planting on your property may vary. We only charge you the wholesale nursery price of the plants. The Pricing includes the plant, cost of delivery, and cost of labor to install the plant. Availability and pricing are subject to change. All plants are purchased and delivered in pristine condition fresh from local south Florida Growers. Our plants are pest and disease free. Regular hand watering or single tree emitter irrigation are required to keep your plants alive for the first year.
Lawn Irrigation and rainfall will not be sufficient for watering. Your palm trees will require fertilization to maintain healthy growth.