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Royal palms in city parks.In June 2010, I went on a bicycle exploration trip through Cape Coral. I saw quite a few nice parks with some pretty nice palm trees, but unfortunately, I only saw 1 or 2 parks with even a couple of Royal palms (Roystonea regia) planted on the actual park area. The only other palms I saw were Coconut, Cabbage, and Queen palms. Why exactly does Cape Coral have so few Royal palms in it's parks?