Sagos only need repotting every one or two years. When the time comes, however, it’s important to move your sago palm to a new container to ensure its healthy growth. This article will help get you started with how to repot a sago palm plant.
Sago Palm Care and Pruning - Information On Pruning Sago Palms
Mulberry trees can reach depending on the species. Due to their quick growth, pruning mulberry trees is often necessary. The information found in this article can help get you started with mulberry trimming.
Sago Palm Tree – Cycas revoluta Cycads are known to be among the oldest plants on earth, unchanged for millions of years, originating in East Africa. The Sago Palm is cold hardy palm that can tolerate cold down to 5-10F. It’s a slow growing palm that is perfect for landscape in USDA zones 7b-11.