Moultrie Palms

Moultrie Palms is Florida’s premier cultivator of frost-hardy, pinnate-leaved palm trees. Our unique, attractive mule palms make a fine addition to gardens, backyards, tropical environments and more, and there’s no better name in the industry for those in search of these fine trees.

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Butia Capitata in Florida

treesFrank and Elaine Lewis started Moultrie Palms in 2002, cultivating hybrid mule palm trees on their two-acre property in St. Augustine, Florida. In the years since, Moultrie Palms has grown into a renowned source for seedlings, which growers can then transport to their own properties to begin enjoying years of beauty from these fast-growing, extremely hardy trees. Developed by crossing the Syagrus romanzoffiana with the Butia capitata in Saint Augustine, FL, Moultrie Palms’ hybrid mules are very durable, and customers can anticipate a high success rate with their seedlings.

At Moultrie Palms, we do one thing, and one thing only: grow the very best hybrid palm trees in the world. The combination of the pindo palm and the queen palm in Saint Augustine, FL yields a tree that is truly like no other. In addition to being a member of the International Palm Society, Moultrie Farms is also nematode certified and has passed the State of Florida’s nursery inspection process. We’re committed to providing our customers with high quality hybrid mule palm tree seedlings that they can plant on all types of properties and enjoy for years to come. Here are just some of the reasons why our customers love doing business with Moultrie Palms:

  • We are a hybrid mule palm nursery in St. Augustine, Florida.
  • We’ve been serving customers in Florida and beyond since 2002.
  • We’re respected members of the International Palm Society and enjoy networking with others in our field.
  • Our seedlings grow into sturdy, durable and aesthetically pleasing trees.
  • Our prices are fair and our commitment to customer satisfaction is unwavering.

2021 Texas Winter Storm

During the devastating 2021 Texas winter storm, many trees did not make it through the grueling temperatures. There were 5 nights below freezing, dropping as low as 21 degrees. In Harlingen, Texas at Simmons Oak Farm our Hybrid Mule Palm trees survived the freeze! Here are some images of our trees that made it through.

The best selection of Butia Capitata, Hybrid and Super Mule Palm Trees in:

  • St Augustine, FL
  • St Johns County, FL
  • Florida
  • Louisiana
  • Alabama
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Butler Beach, FL
  • Hastings, FL
  • Palm Valley, FL
  • Ponte Verda Beach, FL
  • Nocatee, FL
  • Georgia

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