Though the Sago is technically a Cycad, it strongly resembles a palm, so its often finds a home in tropical or semi-tropical landscape designs. It's a common choice for entries, walkways, targeted courtyard applications, and tight areas around water or patios. When first planted, the Sago Palm looks like palm fronds stemming directly from the ground, but eventually creates a small, stout trunk as it continues to grow.
Sagos are great for planting in pots and containers because they grow slowly, and can even be grown inside when placed near sources of natural light. Sagos can be grown outside in either full or partial sun locations. Sago palms are great for year-round planting and react well to extreme cold heat!
Regular applications of our specialized Moon Dust fertilizer and Super Palm Juice palm supplement will keep all of your palm trees green and healthy!
Additional Notes: Sagos provide a deep tropical accent wherever they are planted and are utilized in a variety of landscape styles.