We DO NOT purchase palm trees shown below
Phoenix dactylifera MEDJOOL Date Palms, Canary Island DATE Palm Trees,
Mature OLIVES, Mexican FAN Palms, MEDITERRANEAN Fan PALMS
YES we DO purchase the palms pictured below provided there is Crane access to Tree. The tree must be straight, in GOOD CONDITION and easily accessible.
If you have what you think is a Canary Island Date Palm
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Please include a few photos and the address of the tree. We need to be able to see the access to the tree, so in addition to a close-up of the overall tree, we also would like to see a distant picture which will give us an idea of the trees location on your property. Send all pictures to email@example.com
Q. Does South Coast Wholesale buy Palm Trees from Home Owners?
A. Yes - We receive literally hundreds of telephone calls and emails from people who want to sell their palm tree. We DO NOT buy ALL varieties. If you send us an email and we are interested in your tree or trees we will contact you. (If you do not hear from us it means we are not interested. We try our best to get back to everyone but due to the high volume of emails we are not always able to get back to those whose trees we are not interested in.)
Q. Does South Coast Wholesale buy Palm Trees outside of California?
A. YES and NO - We are based in California and mainly purchase palms here in California, however we do have an associate company in Florida that also purchases palms.
Q. What varieties do you buy?
A. We Buy the following varieties:
Chamaerops humilis - Mediterranean Fan Palm
Brahea armata - Mexican Blue Palm
Brahea edulis - Guadalupe Palm
Butia Capitata - Pindo or Jelly Palm
Jubaea chilensis - Chilean Wine Palm
Phoenix canariensis - Canary Island Date Palm
Phoenix reclinata - Senegal Date Palm
...and a few others
Q. Do you buy all varieties of palm trees?
A. NO - not all palms have a value to us. There are many palm trees that are fast growing and commonly nursery or field grown. The varieties that WE ARE NOT interested in are as follows:
Mexican Fan Palms
If you are unsure what type of palm tree you have, but are interested in selling it, please send an email to:
Please include a few photos of the tree and the address where the tree is located. We need to be able to see the access to the tree, so in addition to a close-up of the overall tree, we also would like to see a distant picture which will give us an idea of the trees location on your property.
Below is examples of Palm Trees that we do buy.
Email pictures of your palm tree to