How Far Apart to Plant Sago Palms?

Answer Sago palms, known botanically as Cycas revoluta, aren't palms at all, but cycads; "living fossils" that have been around for over 280 million years, according to fossil records. These palm-like pla... Read More »

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How do I plant sago palms?

LocationChoose a planting location that has well-draining soil, as sago plans are drought tolerant once established and over-watering or wet soil will cause the roots to rot, killing the plant. Pla... Read More »

Sago Palms & Growth?

Sago palm (Cycas revoluta) is a member of the cycad family. Cycads are palmlike but are not related to true palms. Cycads are gymnosperms, or nonflowering plants. Palms, on the other hand, are from... Read More »

The Different Sizes of Sago Palms?

The sago palm (Cycas revoluta) is a popular landscape plant in warmer parts of the United States and a houseplant where winter temperatures dip below 15 degrees Fahrenheit. It is native to the Far ... Read More »

How Far in the Ground Do You Plant a Sago Palm?

Long, glossy dark-green fronds emanate outward from the growing tip on the trunklike stem of a sago palm (Cycas revoluta). Neither a palm nor fern, the sago palm is an ancient, cone-bearing plant b... Read More »