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Model 10SAGO

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9-1/4 in. Sago Palm in Pot

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The Delray Plants Sago Palm is an intricate, plant that supports a crown of shiny, dark green leaves on a thick rugged trunk. It makes a great addition for any landscape or patio. It's symmetrical rosette characteristic adds appeal to the atmosphere.

  • Leaves are a deep semi-glossy green that grow out into a feather-like rosette
  • Characterized by its plastic-like stiff leaflets with a linear shape
  • Trunk appears dark brown and shaggy
  • Direct from farm, farm fresh

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What is the lowest temperature in Farenheit will it tolerate?

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I live in Mint Hill, NC near Charlotte and winter temperatures will be in the low 20ies and even teens on occasions. I am looking for a palm that will tolerate perhaps 0 to above F.
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August 7, 2015
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The Sago palm can tolerate temperatures to the mid 20's(Fahrenheit). I have seen older/established Sago palms tolerate down to 7 degrees, the leaves were devastated but they produced new growth the following spring. As far as actual palms go there is one particularly cold hardy that’s native to the southeastern U.S. known as the Needle Palm (Rapidophyllum hystrix). This one is listed down to 5 to
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The Sago palm can tolerate temperatures to the mid 20's(Fahrenheit). I have seen older/established Sago palms tolerate down to 7 degrees, the leaves were devastated but they produced new growth the following spring. As far as actual palms go there is one particularly cold hardy that’s native to the southeastern U.S. known as the Needle Palm (Rapidophyllum hystrix). This one is listed down to 5 to 10 degrees and occurs naturally from North Florida up to the coastal areas of North Carolina. Another to consider is the Windmill Palm (Trachycarpus fortune) which is native to China and cold hardy to 10 to 15 degrees. 0 degrees Fahrenheit a bit much for even the most cold hardy palms.
I hope this info helped! If you have any further questions you can email us directly at info@delrayplants.com
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Delray Plant Co.
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how tall will this palm tree grow?

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The Sago Palm grows rather slowly. They typically grow to be about 8 feet tall (if you continually fertilize it can grow even taller). Be sure to keep in well draining soil and allow to dry out between waterings.
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Delray Plant Co.
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Does Lowes sell these?

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What can you feed a cry go Palm? Mine has one frawn & wont grow anymore

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How to make more frawns grow?
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Choice for the Garden! Sago's are a hearty plant that seem to thrive well in most USDA zones that don't fall below 30F for extended periods. They require some TLC when first planted, but once established, Sago's are very forgiving. I've purchased all my Sago's from The Home Depot and they've done very well in my garden. I live in South Texas, and my Sago's add a unique "tropical" look to my landscape that my nieghbors have really admired. The foliage is very clean and sheds very little (if at all). Plant your Sago when the soil is warm after the first few weeks of Spring and the threat of frost has passed. Water daily (at first) and if you use a good-quality fetilizer, you'll be set! April 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exceeded expectations! So glad I ordered these! The three stores I visited were all out of stock. They arrived in excellent condition! The pot it arrived in was sturdy but I transplanted poolside to my own. June 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by awesome palm Have to say that these are one of my favorite palms and its not even a actual palm. I live in Ct and all my sagos are planted outside and I cover them when the temps drop below 30. All my sagos are happier being outside then being in pots. My largest sago is 4 feet hight and had for 10 yrs. They are cold hardy to 15 degrees and adapt to temp range from 15 - 115 and NOT by what the tag states that it is hardy from 50-80 degrees. They are drought tolerant and can take neglect. They are slow growing and can reach up to 10 ft or more in height. But that can be 50 yrs or more as they grow only 1 inch per yr of trunk. They do a flushing or break of new leaves once a yr if outside and maybe once every couple yrs if in pots and indoors. They can adapt to shade. One thing is that it is poisonous to animal and the tag should state that which all my sagos are outside. I would recommend to anyone who wants a low care plant and without animals. The fronds are sharp and careful when picking up and moving. Repot every other yr but change the soil to fresh every yr. fertilize about 4 times a yr and water once a week when hot and every 2 weeks in winter. October 16, 2012
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