8 to 10 feet
5 to 8 feet
Full to Part Sun
$10.00 – $299.99
Not a true palm despite its name, the Sago Palm is a popular choice for front-yard landscaping due to its small stature and deep green crown of fronds.
Water Requirements: Drought tolerant once established.
Soil: Sago Palms are not picky about soil, but ideally they should be planted in a sandy soil that is slightly acidic.
Growth Rate: Slow
Temperature: Hardy to 20 F. Heavy frost damage can be lethal.
Pruning: Only remove fully dead fronds.
Toxicity: Highly toxic to pets and people.
Tips: Due to spines, wear gloves when handling. Sago Palm can also be grown as a houseplant!
1 gallon, 3 gallon, 7 gallon, 10 gallon, 15 gallon, 30 gallon, 45 gallon
High Salt Tolerance
Not Cold Tolerant
Slow Growth Rate