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Trees that are lost after a storm may need to be removed. If removed, they should be replaced. When choosing the correct species, begin by determining what the mature size of the tree will be, what are the light requirements and water needs. Below is a small list of recommended trees by Broward County Florida Extension Education Division.


Large Trees and Palms (35' +)

  • Bald Cypress (taxodium distichum)
  • Cabbage Palm (sabal palmetto)
  • Canary Island Date Palm (phoenix canariensis)
  • Gumbo Limbo (bursera simaruba)
  • Live Oak (quercus virginiana)
  • Montgomery Palm (veitchia montgomeryana)
  • Royal Palm (roystonea regia)
  • Wild Tamarind (lysiloma latisliqua)


Medium Trees and Palms (15'- 34')

  • Arborvitae (thuja occindentalis)
  • Christmas Palm (adonida merrillii)
  • Dahoon Holly (ilex cassine)
  • Florida Thatch Palm (thrinax radiate)
  • Fox Tail Palm (wodyetia bifucata)
  • Geiger (cordia sebetena)
  • Ligustrum (privet)
  • Lagerstomia tuscarora
  • Macarthur Palm (ptychoserma macarthurii or sanderianum)
  • Paurotis Palm (acoelorrhaphe wrightii)
  • Pindo Palm (butia capitata)
  • Satin Leaf (chrysophyllum oliviforme)
  • Senegal Date Palm (phoenix reclinata)
  • Silver Buttonwood (conocarpus erectus)


Small Trees and Palms (up to 15')

  • Roebelenii (phoenix robelenii)
  • Jamacius Caper (capparis cynophallophora)
  • Buccaneer Palm (pseudophoenix sargentii)


Call 954-605-5384
for more information.



NOTE: This is just a small list of trees for replacement of hurricane damaged trees. You should seek advice from a professional, or municipality in which you reside for assistance.

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