The Q&A Archives: Sago Palm

Question: I have a sago palm that just won't grow. What do I do?

Answer: Sago palms are very slow growing, usually only developing a few leaves per year. Grown in full sun in well draining soil and watered on a regular basis, your sago can eventually reach 10' in height and about 4' in width in your gardening region. All you'll need to do is be patient with it. Best wishes with your Sago!

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