The height of this plant is 12 inches.
Well it jus so happens that I have two perfectly healthy cats and before reading this article I wouldn have ever kno the plants were “toxic” and I must say both my cats have tasted this plant I think it’s the other way around because right after my cat bit off a piece the whole stem died and I’ve had this plant for 2years now
Sago palms are very resistant, so they don't require much sun or water. I've had one in my office for 6 months, and it's bloomed beautifully. It gets a couple hours of sunlight through a shaded window and I water it once every week or two. That's really all it needs.
i read that, that's a sign of low Nitrogen. I replanted the one i Have and added some nitrogen base nutrient, i am wayting to see how she does. Some people say to mix coffee grounds to the soil, which will give it nitroge.
Hi mama. Thank you for your great question. As long as you are referring to the bottom of the Sago plant, the part past the rough base. The roots should be in the soil, not the bulbous part. That part stays on top of the soil. Be sure to use a well-drained soil so that your sago will stay damp but not wet! A Palm and Cactus mix usually works well. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
I re-potted mine in a peagravel, sand, and soil mix, water it once a month, and its gotten huge. looks very healthy.