Palm Tree Coloring Pages

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The coloring pictures of palm trees gives you a foretaste of what awaits you for the summer holidays if you go to the beach. Please print it out and personalize this scene to your liking. All shades are allowed, even the craziest colors! You can also play at adding coconuts with your markers.

Palm trees are magnificent plants. Their easy cultivation and maintenance, as well as their high ornamental value, give the garden an exotic, tropical touch, even in those areas where the climate is cold.

Palm Tree Coloring Pages

palm tree coloring and drawing page
palm tree coloring and drawing page
palm tree coloring pages printable
palm tree coloring pages printable
palm tree coloring pages tropical paradise
palm tree coloring pages tropical paradise
palm tree coloring page with coconut
palm tree coloring page with coconut
palm tree decor sketch drawing
palm tree decor sketch drawing

Palm trees are monocotyledonous, that is, that only have a cotyledon in their embryo. But not only that, but unlike dicotyledonous plants in the stem, we will not find secondary wood, so they do not possess a ‘true’ trunk.

Moreover, if they were pruned below the bud (which is where the leaves grow), we would lose them. There are about 3 thousand species of palm trees, distributed over a large part of the world.

Palm Tree Coloring Pages

palm tree on the beach coloring page
palm tree on the beach coloring page
palm tree tropical world coloring page
palm tree tropical world coloring page
beach landscape with palm tree coloring page
beach landscape with palm tree coloring page
palm plant coloring sheet
palm plant coloring sheet
palm tree clip art of coloring page
palm tree clip art of coloring page

The regions with the enormous diversity are, without doubt, the tropical and subtropical zones, but we will find some that withstand frosts very well, such as the Trachycarpus fortunei (down to -15ºC), the Nannorhops ritchiana (down to 20ºC) or the Raphydophyllum hystrix (down to -23ºC).

The family of palms, Arecaceae, is very diverse. Some species have a trunk, there are climbing ones, and there are also some that grow up to 30m as if they wanted to touch the sky with their leaves (like those of the genus Ceroxylon).

The leaves can be pinnate (like those of the Phoenix canariensis) or webbed (like those of the Washingtonia robusta).

Depending on their place of origin, as well as their location and care, the palms adapt. For example, when a specimen is exposed to the sun more and more, its leaves will become more rigid; on the other hand, if it is in the shade, it will be softer.