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Plant of the Week: Cycad

Published on March 1st 2020
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The Sago Palm, Cycas Revoluta, is not actually a palm, as its name would suggest.
They are the northernmost cycads, originally from Japan, where they can grow to up to 7 meters. In this video, Helen talks about the best ways to care for your Sago Palm and the many characteristics this plant has.
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