Despite its common name, sago palm (Cycas revoluta) isn't technically a true palm tree. These fairly low-growing plants with long green fronds are cycads, a group of ancient tropical and subtropical plants that usually grow from a trunk that doesn't branch out; it produces nuts but doesn't flower or fruit.
Light: Bright indirect light
Water: Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering. After watering, make sure the plant drains fully. Do not allow the plant to sit in water for more than an hour as this will cause root rot.
Feed: Apply half strength of general-purpose fertilizer once a month at most during the growing season.
Air Purifying: Yes, known to remove formaldehyde from the air.
Toxicity: Toxic to animals and humans
Growth Rate: Slow growing.
Common Names: Sago palm, king sago, cycad, Japanese sago
*Please note: Plants may not look exactly as shown.