Cycas revoluta <br> Sago Palm <br> PRE-PLANTED <br> Lechuza Classico Premium <br> 21 LS All-In-One Black
Cycas revoluta <br> Sago Palm <br> PRE-PLANTED <br> Lechuza Classico Premium <br> 21 LS All-In-One Black
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Cycas revoluta
Sago Palm
PRE-PLANTED
Lechuza Classico Premium
21 LS All-In-One Black

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Aquatopia Conservatory
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$82.98
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Take the guesswork out of gardening!

 

This tropical Sago Palm has been carefully planted by the team at Aquatopia into a beautiful Lechuza smart-watering planter. Using high quality Promix BX mixed with Lechuza's capillary action media for optimum moisture wicking, we have taken all the guesswork out of properly planting this stunning specimen. The soil contains all the nutrients the plant will need in its lifetime, so no fertilizer is required. All you need to do is water the reservoir when the gauge reaches 'low.' Easy as pie! 

 

Cycas revoluta                      

SY-kas rev-O-LOO-ta

Common Names: Sago Palm, Cycad Palm, King Sago

Family: Cycadaceae

Origin: Japan

Height: 6” pot = 18”  Specimen =6’

Light: Full sun

Foot Candles: 250+

Water: Let dry partially

Humidity: 30% - 60%

Temperature: 10°C - 30°C

Soil: Well draining potting mix

Container: Self-watering planter

Nutrients: 15-10-10 Monthly  

Propagation: Seed or removal of offsets

Interiorscape Use: Potted Plant, Atrium

Common Pests: Mealybugs, Aphids, Spider Mites, Scale, Thrips.

Common Issues: Root rot when sitting in water. Leaves will stretch with low light. 

Comments: A primary source of the food starch Sago. The new leaf fronds come out curled up like ferns. It is not a true palm or fern but an in-between plant known as cycads or tree-ferns. The new leaves can be cooked similar to fiddleheads. 

Toxicity:  When large quantities are ingested, symptoms include: vomiting, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, and seizures. Attractive to pets who can also be poisoned.