Sago palm, Cycas revoluta

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    Polybag size / Pot size Polybag: 25x25, 61.5L
    Plant height 3'
    Polybag size / Pot size Polybag: 12x14, 9.6L
    Plant height 12''
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    Plant height 12''
    Polybag size / Pot size Pot: 10" 10.3L
    Plant height 12''

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    The Sago Palm, scientifically known as Cycas revoluta, is indeed a remarkable ornamental plant that adds a touch of prehistoric charm to modern landscapes. Despite its name, the Sago Palm is not a true palm but rather a cycad, belonging to a group of ancient plants. With its intriguing appearance and hardy nature, it brings a unique dimension to gardens and interiors. If you're looking to incorporate the timeless allure of the Sago Palm into your landscape or interior design, Jagtap Nursery is here to assist you. As a wholesale plant supplier, we provide high-quality cycads and a variety of other aesthetic plants suitable for rock gardens and various landscaping projects. Let us help you transform your space with the enduring beauty of the Sago Palm and other remarkable plants.

    1. Growth Type: Slow-growing, evergreen perennial Height at maturity: Up to 6 to 10 feet Growth rate: Slow
    2. Soil Requirements: Preferred soil type: Well-draining sandy or loamy soil Soil pH range: 6.0 to 6.7 Soil drainage requirements: Excellent drainage is essential to prevent root rot
    3. Watering Needs: Watering frequency and amount: Allow the soil to dry slightly between watering's; water sparingly during winter Drought tolerance: Moderate; can tolerate short periods of drought
    4. Spread and Canopy: Width of the plant's canopy at maturity: About 6 to 8 feet Shape of the canopy: Rosette of feathery, arching leaves
    5. Planting Distance: Recommended spacing between individual plants: 6 to 8 feet
    6. Maintenance Care: Pruning requirements: Remove dead or yellowing leaves to maintain a tidy appearance Fertilization schedule: Fertilize sparingly during the growing season with a balanced slow-release fertilizer Mulching recommendations: Apply a layer of organic mulch to retain moisture and suppress weeds
    7. Pest and Disease Resistance: Common pests and diseases: Mealybugs, scale insects Preventive measures or treatments: Regular inspection and appropriate pest control methods
    8. Ecological Benefits: The Sago Palm contributes to garden biodiversity by providing shelter for insects and small animals.
    9. Aesthetic Qualities: The Sago Palm's unique rosette of arching, glossy leaves creates a captivating focal point in any setting.
    10. Flowers and Fruits: The Sago Palm produces cone-like structures that bear male and female reproductive structures. The female cones eventually develop reddish-brown seeds.
    11. Ideal Landscape Placement:
      • Architectural Accent: Use the Sago Palm as a stunning focal point in landscapes, gardens, or as an accent in courtyards.
      • Container Planting: Its slow growth and striking appearance make it an excellent choice for decorative containers on patios and indoors.
      • Rock Gardens: Incorporate it into rock gardens to add texture and contrast.
    12. Cultural Significance: The Sago Palm is prized for its symbolic meanings, often associated with strength, longevity, and resilience.

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