Sago Palms prefers bright indirect light to direct sunlight. Choose a south- or west-facing window.
Let the soil surface dry out in between waterings. Water thoroughly, allowing it to soak into the soil until it drips out of the drainage hole. Remove excess water that collects in the saucer. Sago palms are sensitive to overwatering and poorly drained soil.
Maintain a temperature between 65-75°F. If moved outdoors for the summer, Sago Palms don’t mind the heat but will need to be watered more frequently.
Feed your Sago Palm once in the spring and once in the summer. Use a general purpose houseplant fertilizer or one formulated specifically for palms, diluted to half-strength.
**Sago Palms are considered highly toxic to pets and humans if ingested.**