Palms form a vital component of forest and agricultural ecosystem, providing a wide range of economic products necessary for daily life. Recently, there is a growing popularity for palm cultivation, both for indoor and outdoor decoration, and exotic palm species are being introduced at a steady stream. India has 20 genera and 96 species of palms. The city of Ahmedabad is situated on 23.01° N Latitude and 72.61° East Longitude in 8,086.81 sq. km area with 197 gardens, on the bank of river Sabarmati.In the present study, 71 species and 7 cultivated varieties belonging to 38 genera were recorded from Ahmedabad district. Among them 25 genera and 61 species are newly reported in Ahmedabad district. Phoenixwasreported as the largest genuswith 8 species followed by Licuala with7 species, Livistonawith5 species and the rest with less than 3 species each.