Can Sagos grow in the garden? Growing Sago palms outdoors is only suitable in USDA zones 9 to However, there are ways to raise a Sago outside even for northern gardeners. This article will help get you started.
Caring for Sago Palm. The sago palm is a popular houseplant known for its featherylike foliage and ease of care. While the name might imply that it is a palm, this plant is actually considered a cycad. Learn more about its care here.
Sago Palm Transplanting – Learn When And How To Repot A Sago Palm Plant
Repotting Sago Palm Trees: How And When To Repot A Sago Palm - Sagos only need repotting every one or two years. When the time comes, however, it’s important to move your sago palm to a new container to ensure its healthy growth. This article will help get you started with how to repot a sago palm plant.
Learn from Gardener’s Path how you can add a dose of prehistoric drama to your landscape, home, or patio with sago, an ancient plant from Japan that looks like a palm but is actually related to conifer trees.