Cycas Revoulta also known as sago palm, king sago, sago cycad and Japanese sago palm. The plant produces cones and bears attractive, palm-like feathery foliage making it very similar looking to palms, and tree ferns. Called a prehistoric plant, sago palms with strong natural defenses against predators adapts to a wide variety of conditions. Take care if children or pets like dogs tamper with the plant as the leaves are toxic if ingested.
The cycas revoluta grows at it's best with bright light, without direct sunlight. The soil is best kept moist, so water once the soil begins to dry slightly at the top. Over-watering or watering at the crown of the plant can cause the plant to rot. During the winter reduce watering. A well draining and aerated potting mix is needed. Something like 1 part peat, 1 part pine bark and 1 part coarse sand is a suitable mix.