The Dwarf Palmetto Palm tree is the dwarf version of the Cabbage (Sabal) palm. It may slowly reach a mature height of 8-12 feet, with an equal spread. The Dwarf Palmetto has a rich green or bluish-green leaf, and grows as a shrub palm for most landscape settings. Being of the most cold tolerant palms, down to zero degrees Fahrenheit, it is adaptable throughout a large part of the United States. Dwarf Palmettos are an excellent choice for mass plantings, hedges, or foundation shrubs. They are grown in a variety of soil types and will do well in sun or shade. The Dwarf Palmetto is also a great potted plant. (Grows in Zones 6b -11. Refer to Zone Map.)
Grows in zones: 7 - 10.