Texas Sabals

A Large Row of Growing Sabal Tree Field One

Our Texas Sabal Trim

By Myranda Villarreal / July 20, 2022 /

A little information on Texas Sabals One palm native to the Rio Grande Valley is the Texas Sabal. Seen in many brush lines and native brush in the valley, this palm has a stockier trunk than the Florida’s cabbage palms. The leaf margins (boots) tend to remain on the trunk for many years, giving it…

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Texas Sabal

By Mary Beth / March 19, 2020 /

Texas Sabal is the one palm native to the Rio Grande Valley.  Twenty years ago, the last large native stand was in Brownsville but they are making a come-back.   Large specimens can be seen in many of the brushlines and native brush.   It looks similar to Florida’s cabbage palm but with a stockier…

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A Large Row of Growing Sabal Tree Field Two

Successfully Transplanting Texas Sabal Palms

By Mary Beth / September 13, 2019 /

Transplanting Texas Sabal palms can be tricky. But, it’s well worth the effort. Why bother? Texas Sabals or Sabal mexicana are the only large palm that is native to Texas. In addition to being beautiful, Texas Sabals are a benefit to nature. These are two great reasons to include Texas Sabal palms in your landscape. …

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