A potted Sago Palm Plant, in a 7" grey concrete pot.
How to care for your new Sago palm plant:
LIGHT: Grow sago palm in medium or bright light. It does best in bright spots, and sago palm can take direct sun on its foliage when grown as a houseplant, even in hot summer areas.
WATERING: Water sago palm when the top inch of the soil dries out. This drought-tolerant houseplant doesn't need a lot of water, so take care not to overwater it. Most of the times when sago palms die, it's because they're overwatered.
HUMIDITY: A Sago Palm likes high humidity so you may need to place a humidifier near the palm if the air in your home is very dry. Although Sago Palms can survive in low humidity, they do not grow well or look very good.
* Note: Plants and planters may vary. Pictures shown are examples of style.