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Very informative and much needed. So many of these beautiful plants are not even labeled as palms at the garden centers. Had no idea just what they were. Seems I have more than one and have not been treating them well. It is 23 degrees this morning and I don't have gh so many tropicals are inside trying to survive my love and care. Thank you for helping me see the error of my ways. I was given two Sago Palms in 1 gallon plastic pots. Where do they fall in this line?
Those are not palms. They are a succulent conifer basically though look like palms. Treat more like a succulent, though they are pretty adaptable. Need lots of light, and will not do well as indoor plants in low-light situations for too long. But thankfully low humidity not a problem with these succulents.
Just in the nick of time because once the Christmas tree comes down, I was filling the empty space with a palm. Maybe this year I'll pick the right kind and it won't die! Wonderful pictures, written in a way I can understand. A+