Cabbage Palm (Sabal palmetto) is one of Florida's state trees and grows to almost 100 feet tall in any soil condition. It is hurricane wind-resistant and tolerates full sun to full shade. Cabbage palms can grow in moist to very dry conditions so it's flexible as our Florida weather changes. which is why it's one of Florida's . Seeds spread easily so don't be surprised if you see offspring shooting up nearby. The plant is one of the hosts for Monk Skipper caterpillars.
Fun Fact: The bud of the Cabbage Palm is edible and known as "heart of palm".