Palm trees grow naturally in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, Arizona, California and Hawaii. These are the only places in the United States where palm trees grow native to the surrounding environment.Continue Reading
Hawaii has 21 different types of palm species – more than any other state. North Carolina is the most northerly state where natural palms can be found. In the United States, 41 types of palm trees can be found growing.
Palm trees are a source of a variety of food, drinks and other resources. Coconuts and dates are both derived from the palm tree. Palm oil is a common ingredient in many products, being found in both food and beauty products. Hearts of palm, sago and palm wine are all derived from the palm tree and are consumed all over the world. Coir is a fibrous material taken from the outer shell of coconuts that is used to make rope, brushes, mattresses and doormats.
Many palm species have become endangered due to human activity and the spread of cities and farms. The harvesting of hearts of palm is also dangerous to the palm's survival, as collecting it from the core of the tree kills it. Nearly 100 types of palm species are in danger of becoming extinct, and it is thought that nine species have recently died out.Learn more about Botany
The capitals of all 50 American states are Sacramento in California, Montgomery in Alabama, Denver in Colorado, Juneau in Alaska, Dover in Delaware, Phoenix in Arizona, Boise in Idaho, Little Rock in Arkansas, Hartford in Connecticut, Indianapolis in Indiana, Tallahassee in Florida, Springfield in Illinois, Honolulu in Hawaii, Frankfort in Kentucky, St. Paul in Minnesota, Topeka in Kansas, Augusta in Maine, Des Moines in Iowa, Baton Rouge in Louisiana, Lansing in Michigan, Annapolis in Maryland, Concord in New Hampshire, Boston in Massachusetts, Jefferson City in Missouri, Jackson in Mississippi, Salem in Oregon, Helena in Montana, Trenton in New Jersey, Lincoln in Nebraska, Austin in Texas, Carson City in Nevada, Bismarck in North Dakota, Columbus in Ohio, Santa Fe in New Mexico, Raleigh in North Carolina, Harrisburg in Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City in Oklahoma, Nashville in Tennessee, Providence in Rhode Island, Columbia in South Carolina, Montpelier in Vermont, Albany in New York, Salt Lake City in Utah, Atlanta in Georgia, Richmond in Virginia, Olympia in Washington, Cheyenne in Wyoming, Charleston in West Virginia, Pierre in South Dakota and Madison in Wisconsin. The capital city of the United States is Washington, D.C.Full Answer >
As of 2015, the 10 states with the warmest weather year-round are Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, Texas, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Arkansas and Arizona. The states with the warmest weather during the winter is nearly the same, except Arkansas is out and California is in.Full Answer >
As of early 2015, Amazon maintained fulfillment centers in 21 U.S states: Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. Fulfillment centers are often located near airports.Full Answer >
The 13 states that made up the Confederate States of America were North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Texas, Florida, Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky and Missouri. Kentucky and Missouri never officially seceded from the Union. However, they were recognized by the Confederacy and were represented by two stars on the Confederate flag.Full Answer >