Sago palms are vulnerable to disease, infestation, nutrient deficiency and environmental damage. Though generally considered hardy plants, they may fall prey to any of these problems in certain conditions. Care must be t... More »

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Plant sego palms by gathering mature seeds, soaking the seeds in water to remove the skin and planting them in flats in sandy potting soil. Keep the soil moist but not wet, and transplant the seedlings to individual pots... More »

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According to Garden Guides, armored scales, theilaviopsis trunk rot, Ganoderma butt rot and Phytophthora fungi are common diseases which can affect sago palms. A number of diseases are prevalent to this tree, and most ha... More »

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Sago palms from pups are little offshoots that grow at the base of the parent plant. They are easy to grow and the process includes picking or digging up the pups, preparing them and planting them. You need a trowel, she... More »

Sago is a starch made from tapioca root milk. In Hindi, sago is known as sabudana and in Latin America it's called yuca, manioca or rumu, according to SabuIndia.com. More »

Palms best suited for indoor growing conditions include the sunset, lipstick, parlor, sentry and European palms. Palm trees generally grow outdoors, but several types of palms work well for indoor use as well. Many of th... More »

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The sago palm takes 15 to 20 years to bloom. The appearance of the bloom differs depending upon whether the plant is male or female. Males have a cone-like structure, while female blooms look like round fuzzy balls. More »

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