Plants and Palms

Tropical plants in Aci Castello

We not only import, but also grow plants, staying true to nature in all its various forms and expressions. Above all, we care for the preservation of beautiful species of plants such as cocos plumosa, washingtonia, chamaerops, cycads, caryota, strelitzia, archontophoenix alexandrae, dracaena, kentia, yucca and many more.

Our Crops

Every year, we grow a million tropical plants and palm trees. From the terraces of Acicastello at the Hilton Malta to the long avenues of Montecarlo and the large tropical gardens of Valtur villages, we are present in six countries in the Mediterranean Basin. With the help of our 250 workers, we are able to offer our customers the guarantee of a quality product that will last over time. We have had the privilege of serving 1,300 clients in the recent years. 
Diversi vasi di palme all’interno del vivaio

Potted palms

Small sized palm trees.
Palme nane in vaso

Palma Mint

Very small sized indoor palms.
Una fila di palme alte da parco

Palms for Parks

Mature palms, which are ready to be planted in the gardens.
Piante tropicali nei vasi di terracotta

Tropical Plants

Suitable for settlement in the Mediterranean basin.
Close view of the palm trees

Architectural Achievements

architectural studies for private and public.
Pots with Mediterranean plants in the nursery

Import from the Mediterranean Coast

We handle imports from dozens of countries.
Palm trees of medium size in clay pots

Medium-sized Palms

Palms for terraces.
Decorative Archontophoenix in the nursery


Trees that can reach a height of 22 meters. Their ash-colored trunks have rings that are formed over the years. The leaves, which have a projecting central rib and slightly fuzzy sides, can be as much as 4 meters in length.
Many palms planted in the ground

Washingtonia Robusta and Filifera

A native of California and Arizona, this plant reaches 30 m in height and is popularly known as the American palm.
A lawn with Kentia trees


Its graceful, arched fronds and elegant, erect stems make it an ornamental plant widely used to beautify large and spacious rooms. The name comes from the island, Tropical Lord Howe.
Palm trees and other plants in pots


The original strelitzia reginae comes from South Africa. With thick roots and large evergreen leaves, this is a slow-growing plant. Its uniquely shaped flower, borne on top of tall stems, looks like a heron's beak and comes in vibrant orange, yellow, purple and blue colours. These plants grow up to 2m, though certain species can grow as much as 8m, thanks to the false trunk formed by the base of the leaves, similar to that of the banana tree.
Cycas revoluta planted in the ground

Cycas Revoluta

Native to Japan, this plant is of the Cycadaceae family. Its appearance, with a branched stem and large pinnate leaves that spiral to the top, reminds one of the palm tree. The trunk has a diameter of about 20 cm and grows very slowly, reaching just a few centimetres of length in young plants and 6-7 m in elderly specimens (over 50 years).

The leaves grow up to 1.5 m long and are bright green, slightly curved, polished and pointed. Each individual leaf, stiff and thin, is 8-18 cm long; with those closest to the trunk resembling thorns.
A potte Chamaerops Leaning in the meadow


The typical palms of the Italian islands are a genus of Arecaceae and include a unique species, Chamaerops humilis. In Sicily, Sardinia and other sheltered places of central and southern Italy, these plants forms dense bushes, 1.5-2.0 m high. They usually have short stems which are twisted, branched and covered with a scaly down formed with the residue of dead leaves. The summit is formed by a clump of broad fan-shaped leaves which are in a state of continuous renewal. The flowers are panicle inflorescences in shape and the fruits are yellowish-red drupes.
Cocos plumosa trees planted in the ground

Cocos Feathery

L 'Arecastrum romanzoffianum, also known as Cocos plumosa, is a native of Argentina. Typical of hot countries, these plants like full sun. They are beautiful and elegant, with long willowy branches which give them a feathery look. They grow rapidly, attaining a height of up to 12 m. While they adapt to different types of soil, they are not suited to extremely cold conditions. The plant is characteristic of very decorative flowering. In the summer, branched panicles appear, covered with cream-colored flowers, followed by fruits that are orange-yellow drupes.
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