http://www.tytyga.com/Palm-Trees-s/18... Ty Ty Nursery offers a wide variety of palm trees to plant in many Northern States and in the South. The Most cold hardy palm trees to plant in New York Pennsylvania and New Jersey that are the Windmill Palm trees and the Needle Palm trees. For decades, both specimens have survived below zero temperatures at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. The Dwarf Palmetto palm trees have also been recommended for planting in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania,, but the key is to plant only a large Potted Specimen, with absolutely no disturbance of the roots when transplanting. Even then it is IFFY to plant Dwarf Palmetto palms, because of their several peculiarities. The Pindo Date Palms are excellent large trees to grow as far North as Virginia and North Carolina, but there are reported cases (one in Columbia, South Carolina) where the leaves were frozen, but the gardener cut off the dead leaves and treated the recessed meristematic leaf center at the apex with fungicide, and the large Pindo Palm tree was able to recover. Phoenix date palms are one of the most beautiful tropical palm trees, and we have been able to grow them here in zone 8 in Southern Georgia. Very large transplanted specimens of Canary Island Date Palm Trees (12 feet) and Washingtonia robusta (10 feet) were established here about ten years ago. The Canary Island Date Palm, Phoenix canariensis, along with the Washingtonia robusta (a very fast growing palm tree) have survived through every winter for 10 or more years, but every year the leaves are frozen and in 2015 the leaves of the trees did not grow back until June and July of 2015, at a time that we had almost given up hope on them surviving, but now in February 2016, they both look great. These are pictured in the front picture on this video. The Mule Palm tree is a hybrid crossed tree of the Pindo Palm tree, Butia capitata, and the very fast growing Queen Palm tree ,Syagrus romanzoffiana, and a large Mule Palm specimen (14 feet) was purchased from a grower and supplier and transplanted here at Ty Ty, Georgia, 3 years ago, and we have seen no damage to this palm tree whatsoever, and it has the beautiful tropical characteristics displayed, even now in 2016 mid-winter, of both of its parents that have been previously listed. The Mule Palm tree, 'X Butiagrus nabonnandii', is our favorite and most beautiful palm tree growing at Ty Ty, Georgia, a tree that you can see the video now on our website, tytyga.com, or on You Tube, however, the Mule palm trees are very expensive, because of the costly process of cross pollination that is required to grow one from a hybrid-created, germinated seed. The Mule Palm tree has been documented to survive winters in Enterprise, Alabama, and reportedly on the internet, the Mule Palm has survived below zero temperatures of minus -12 degrees F. We believe that this tree would be cold hardy in zone 7, and possibly even zone 6, and it is a very fast growing palm tree, as has been seen by others in more Northern States on the internet videos on You Tube Postings. We have tried planting large specimens of the Sylvester Palms and the Pygmy Date palm tree in the landscape at Ty Ty, GA., but neither survived temperatures of single digit temperatures. The Windmill Palm tree, Pindo Palms, Pygmy Date Palm trees are good for containerizing. The Washingtonia palm trees and Phoenix Canary Island Date Palm trees are large fast growing palms growing well in zones 9 & 10. The Sago palm tree is somewhat cold hardy in Mississippi, Texas and North Carolina. Order from our website, tytyga.com for immediate shipment.