Serenoa repens: 'Cinera' Silver Saw Palmetto 1gallon

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Serenoa repens 'Cinera' (Silver Saw Palmetto) commonly found on the eastern coast of Florida, the foliage color intensifies to a silver white as it ages.  Plants can get VERY large, so give them room to grow. (Zone 8-11)

1gallon available


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    Serenoa saw palmetto

    Posted by Cheryl Moran on Dec 8th 2022

    I ordered 8 of these and would not hesitate to order again. The plants were each packaged so well and are bigger and healthier Trojan I was expecting. What a pleasant surprise!

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    Silver saw palmetto

    Posted by Bill Kline on Jul 13th 2022

    Have purchased before, always get healthy palms that are in great shape!

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    silver Serenoa palms

    Posted by Tim Gwaltney on Jun 22nd 2022

    Plants arrived June 21. They were beautifully packed in the box with absolutely no damage. I was concerned shipping in the summer but they arrived in excellent condition. Thank you, Mail Order Natives.

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    Always delivered perfectly!

    Posted by Bill on Jun 21st 2022

    The product is of high quality, wrapped well to contain moisture. My 4th order from Mail Order Natives. I’ll be back!

  • 5
    Great condition

    Posted by Tiffany Forrester on Mar 1st 2022

    This came looking healthy and strong.

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    Silver Saw Palmettos

    Posted by Pam Wright on Oct 10th 2021

    I received nine 1-gal silver saw palmettos two weeks ago. They are incredibly healthy plants, more beautiful than I expected. Mail Order Natives are the best!!

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    Silver saw

    Posted by Austin on Jul 22nd 2021

    Came in excellent shape and arrived quickly

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    Silver Serenoa Palm

    Posted by Clark Janson on Jul 8th 2021

    It’s a great starter plant. I was pleasantly surprised it had fan leaves already.

  • 5
    Looking forward to planting these soon. Arrived healthy and soil still moist.

    Posted by Margaret Smith on Sep 22nd 2020

    I ordered these 2 Cinera Silver Saw Palmetto several months ago, and promptly forgot about them. It was such a nice surprise to come home and find them in a box on my front porch. We are still trying to decide where to plant them! They need room to grow! They should look great near the Agave Americana in our yard.