Palm tree leaves are called fronds. Fronds are described as being either feather-leaved or fan-leaved. They have a spiral formation and are located toward the top of a palm tree at the tree's crown.
Palm trees have the same number of grown fronds as they have fronds inside the bud area. Palm trees grow in warm areas, especially tropical and subtropical climates. Date palms and coconut palms are some of the best-known species of palm trees.
Most palm trees have a solitary trunk. However, there are some palms that are clumped together. Palm trees have a singular growing point at the top that is referred to as the terminal bud. A palm tree is at risk of dying if the terminal bud is damaged.