This Native Floridian is Hardy and Hassle-Free
Though some call this a Pindo Palm, it is also often called the Jelly Palm. Its edible berries make a delicious pineapple/banana flavored jelly. Some also use the berries to ferment into a wine.
The Pindo’s feathery fronds bring a fabulous shade of silver green to your garden. And talk about tough, the Pindo stands up to blazing sun and freezing nights (down to 15 degrees!). It also tolerates salt air and dry conditions. A slow grower, the tree will reach about 20 ft. tall.