Cycas Revoluta is commonly known as Sago Palm, it's not a palm because it's a Cycad, which will have a beautiful stout trunks and long glossy fronds resembling those of palm trees that anyone will look at it. It's very easy to care and a slow-growing houseplant which takes a fair few years to reach its maximum height.
How To Care
Light: need to provide plenty of bright light. The cycas revoluta grows at its best with bright indirect sunlight.
Water: Water once the soil begins to dry slightly at the top. watering of cycas is important because it should neither be too much nor too little.
Fertilizer: Feed this plant once a month from April - October with diluted liquid fertilizer.
Temperature: Cycas don’t tolerate the cold. Average room temperatures of 65°F (16°C) to 75°F (24°C) are suitable
Potting: It is best to plant during the spring. Propagation is done by seeds, sow ripe seeds in a pot with a soil mixture containing lots of sand, in order to enhance drainage.
Pruning: Trim any yellowing or dead leaves and dust the fronds once a month