Cycas revoluta

Cycas revoluta - Sago Palm

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Green plants are available only from our local shop. At the moment this plant is in our stock.

Ceramic pots are not included in the price and you should order them separatelly when needed.

You can order and pay plants online, but you need to pick up them locally from our shop at Gärtnerstr. 13. at Boxhagener Platz.

Pickup/opening hours:
Mon-Fri 12-19
Sat 11-18

If you need delivery inside Berlin for many or to bigger plants/pots, call us (+49 171 2766 559) before buying, so we can arrange that.

Height: 55cm
Pot size: Ø17cm

Light
A Sago Palm needs bright light with a little direct sun in the morning. Give a Sago Palm ¼ of a turn each week to keep it from growing toward the light. In bright light a Sago Palm produces short thick fronds, in lower light the fronds are long and thin.

Water
Allow the top 75% of the soil to dry out before thoroughly watering a Sago Palm. Water sparingly in the winter when there is less light and cooler temperatures. Be careful never to get water in the crown of a Sago Palm plant, this can cause crown rot disease and the eventual death of the plant. Sago Palms should never be allowed to totally dry out.

Fertilizer
Feed a Sago Palm Plant monthly from the spring through fall with a liquid fertilizer (18-6-18) at half of the recommended strength. To avoid leaf tip burn, never feed a Sago Palm if the soil is very dry. The fronds of a Sago Palm shrivel and dry up if it has been over-fertilized.

Humidity
Sago Palms prefer high humidity so you may need to place a humidifier near the palm if the air in your home is very dry. Sago Palms can survive in basic household humidity but will not grow as well.


Pot Size
The roots of a Sago Palm do not like to be disturbed so re-pot only when necessary. You can control the height of a Sago Palm Plant by keeping it in a small pot.

Pruning
Remove dead or damaged fronds from a Sago Palm as soon as they appear.

A Sago Palm is a very poisonous houseplant. All parts are poisonous, especially the seeds. Keep a Sago Palm out of the reach of children, dogs, and especially cats who love to play with the fronds of the plant.