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Japanese Fern Tree

Filicium decipiens,
Tree Size: 5-6ft.  25 Gallon

Total Cost including Installation $495.

Wholesale Price: $245* (retail is normally $340)
Labor, Delivery, Equipment, Supplies (planting soil, mulch, etc.): $250

Save up to $50/tree, Discount Pricing for 3 or more trees.

*Removal of Existing Trees is a Separate Charge

*The current pricing is good for locations free and clear of underground obstacles like roots, stumps, rock, lines and pipes.

We do not sell trees individually. Installation only.

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Save up to $300/ field grown trees & $100 off container grown trees.  Discount Pricing for 2 or more trees.

*Removal of Existing Trees is a Separate Charge

*The current pricing is good for locations free and clear of underground obstacles like roots, stumps, rock, lines and pipes.

We do not sell trees individually. Installation only.

See all Larger Field Grown Palm Trees Click Here.

* Wholesale prices for trees may vary.  Please contact us for a firm quote. You can also call or text Herb (the owner) 239-287-7269

Japanese Fern Tree Information

Japanese fern tree is storybook pretty with a naturally rounded crown and unusual fern-like foliage. Its bushy growth creates dense shade and the globe-shaped top means no trimming required. This is a very elegant little tree, and it's one of the best small shade trees to tuck into any size yard.

The cost of planting Tropicals on your property may vary.  We only charge you the wholesale cost of the tree.  The Pricing includes the tree, cost of delivery, cost of labor to install the palm and sales tax.  Availability and pricing are subject to change.  All tropicals are purchased and delivered in pristine condition fresh from local south Florida Growers. Our tropicals are pest and disease free.  Regular hand watering or single tree emitter irrigation are required to keep your tree alive for the first year.

Lawn Irrigation and rainfall will not be sufficient for watering tropicals.  Your tropicals will require fertilization to maintain healthy growth.

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