Though the Sago isn't truly a palm tree, (it's a Cycad), it closely resembles a palm, so it's common uses are for tropical and semi-tropical landscape designs. It's smaller size, makes it a common choice for areas near sidewalks, entry areas, courtyard accents and in tight areas around pools and patios. Initially, the sago, resembles palm fronds stemming directly from the ground, but as the tree slowly grows, it produces a small trunk.
Sagos can be grown outdoors or indoors in full or partial sun locations. Because they grow slow, Sagos are great for planting in pots, near windows or doors, where light is above average. Sagos are cold hardy and great for year round planting!
Keep all of your palms healthy with regular applications of Super Palm Juice and Moon Dust fertilizer!