Cold Hardy niagara tropical landscaping and palm trees in toronto and the gta 

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2023 Spring Palm Orders open NOW!​

​​​​​​​​NIAGARA TROPICS 

COLD HARDY PALM TREE SALES, SERVICES IN TORONTO, NIAGARA AND THE GTA 

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to Niagara Tropics!Canada's True Cold Hardy Palm stop.. Reserve them today, it's easy!

 

How it works is simple... Simply pre-order and that's it!  We are not a walk-in store, but simply a pre-order Palm House, proudly as Canada's #1 Cold Hardy Palm Tree Nursery - Niagara Tropics is locally owned and operated in Southern Ontario. 


The doors opened In 2013, when Dan and Debbie Richard founded Niagara Tropics with one simple principle in mind:  To provide outstanding Southern style tropical plants and Cold-Hardy Palm Trees, with unparalleled customer support.  With about a decade serving you, we take enormous pride by helping homeowners and businesses create beautiful landscapes and growing long-term relationships with our valued clients.


Our Biography:

Much of our story began by Dan working part-time in a Montreal Tropical auction house in the 1980's, where his true Botany passion began.


Fast forward to today, and thanks to our growing palm enthusiast clientele, we have become CANADA's Cold Hardy Palm warriors. Running between Spring and Fall, serving weekends for easy access.  Proudly, we carry no overhead costs that a Nursery or Greenhouse would have, thus making Palms and Tropicals affordable and fun!​  

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Location:  

Niagara Tropics is now nestled in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, surrounded by the natural boundaries at the very tip of Lake Ontario, and protected below by the Niagara Escarpment. This creates a unique temperate climate in USDA Zone 7A  https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/ or, Natural Resources Canada site Zone 7A http://planthardiness.gc.ca/ for zone pushing!


Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario is fortunate to share a part of the Carolinian Forest, where even the most unique flora and wildlife can exist in Canada.  This is South Central Canada's Banana Belt, where Experimental Gardening and the term "Zone Pushing" is at it's finest.