BUY OR RENT PALM TREES + TROPICALS IN CT, NY, NJ, NYC, RI or Mass?
Now You Can! Palm Trees And Tropical Plants For Sale Year-Round In New England and the Tri-State
Click To Own Palm Trees For Summer
Now you can buy or rent real palm trees and other tropical plants in the Northeast, the Tri-state area, NYC, and beyond! Bring a little bit of paradise to your own private residence, business, or restaurant. Seasonal palm sales are offered from May through October, and event rentals are offered year-round. Contact Us to place your order or for any questions! Where else can you rent or buy tropical plants? Only here at our unique garden center in CT!
We offer a variety of palm trees for sale or rent, hand-chosen by us, directly from our growers in South Florida. Our palms are beautiful and ideal for pool areas, patios, decks, restaurants, weddings, hotel lobbies, themed parties, rehab centers, and more! Take a look for yourself by checking out our gallery!
If you opt to buy your tropical plants or palm trees and not have them picked up at the end of the summer, you will need suitable indoor storage for the winter months, which we can provide in our toasty 70-degree greenhouse. We want this process to be smooth and enjoyable for you, so relax, we handle delivery and pick up of your palm trees - just sit back and watch your oasis be born season after season.
Don't forget that our garden center in Cheshire/Hamden offers the best palm trees and tropical plants for sale, or rent for special occasions all year long on Long Island, NYC, NJ, CT, RI, and Massachusetts. Consider CT Palm Trees for pool parties, weddings, holiday parties, theme parties, hotel lobbies, outdoor dining, corporate events, and more!
Check out our new blog for helpful tips and updates! For some cool videos on how we got started, check out our story on NBC Connecticut, ( 1st time ) or NBC Connecticut ( 2nd time ) the local news WTNH 8, and here on WFSB 3! Also, listen to this funny radio bit on us by visiting here! OR if you haven't gotten enough of us, check out this great interview done by Connecticut Post!