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Top Palm Nurseries or Palm Growers in the Rio Grande Valley, TX?


Dwarf Fan

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Texas Palm talkers,

I was curious what are the best places to check out if I were to make a road trip down to the RGV to check out the Sabal Palm Sanctuary?

 

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The suggestions are a side-trip from Brownsville.  Tree of Life Nursery has a location along IH-69E in San Benito on the way to the Sabal Sanctuary as well as a location in the same area as Munoz and 495 in Weslaco.  There are large growers in west Harlingen on the way to Weslaco.

 

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Jon Sunder

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There’s a very large selection of 1-5gal palms at Dyer Nursery in Weslaco. The experience may be a bit different than others, There is no signage out front and just a metal gate at the entrance. If you have very young kids, it is in no way stroller friendly. You’ll be found by Tad or Rambo as you wonder across the field to different greenhouses. And you’ll want that because there are no labels or prices marked. Take cash because the card reader almost never works. I really do think they’re one of the best kept secrets, and I’ve never left empty handed. Hours listed online are wrong. M-F 8:30-3. No weekends.

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