Types of Hardy Tropicals

Hardy Banana

Musa Basjoo-Banana

Hardy Tropicals

Hardy Running Bamboo

Trunking Yucca

Trunking Yucca

Hardy Tropicals

Cactus

Hardy Tropicals

Hardy Gardenia

Japanese Camellia

Japanese Camellia

Fatsia

Fatsia

Poncirus Trifoliata Hardy Orange

Poncirus Trifoliata 

Hardy Tropicals

Hardy Magnolia

Aucuba Japonica Laurel

Aucuba Japonica Laurel

Hardy Tropicals

Araucaria Araucana 

Hardy Tropicals

Clerodendron trichotomum

Types of Hardy Palm

From Sabal Minor, to Phoenix Palms we carry some of the best and most unusual hardy palms in Niagara. These hardy palm trees are very slow growing evergreens. That means you must protect them in winter to protect the existing foliage. Experience has shown that several Sabal Minor’s with no winter protection survived, but lost all their existing foliage, new leaves appeared by mid-summer. The best method is to build a protective covering of plastic over them. Click the picture to learn more!

Med. Fan Palm

Chamaerops Humilis

Rhapidophyllum Hystrix

Trachycarpus

Trachycarpus Fortueii

Trachycarpus Wagner.

Trachycarpus Wagnerianus

Nannorrhops

Nannorrhops

Sabal Minor

Sabal Minor

Sabal Palmetto

Sabal Palmetto

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Butia Capitata

Hardy tropicals are something we have specialized in for the past 15 years and are proud to say that we carry not only the best but also the largest selection of hardy tropicals within the Niagara Region.

We stand firm in the belief that hardy tropicals are not just for collectors anymore. We can help novice gardeners find success with these unusual specimens. Between us and you there is something extremely satisfying in growing plants successfully that most books tell you shouldn’t be grown here in the Niagara Region; maybe it’s the rebel in us.Our most popular items are hardy bananas, hardy palms and hardy magnolias. Come on down and speak with our knowledgeable staff and see some of these magnificent specimens.