The Sago palm isn’t technically a true palm tree. It is a fairly low-growing plant with long green fronds, cycads, is a group of ancient tropical and subtropical plants that usually grow from a trunk that doesn’t branch out. They do not flower or fruit, but they do produce nuts. Sago palms are often grown as houseplants. If growing them in a garden then they should be planted in the early spring or late fall. They are extremely slow-growing, possibly only producing one new frond a year. Its feather-like foliage grows symmetrically. They may reach 2 to 3 feet after a few years time. It can take 50 years or more for them to get to its maximum of 10 feet. The Sago Palm is toxic to both humans and pets.
Light Requirements: Bright, indirect light.
Water Requirements: Water when top few inches of soil is dry.
Toxic to Pets? Yes