Are Sago Palms Cold Winter Hardy - Cycas revoluta

The Sago Palm – Cycas revoluta is an extremely handsome cycad species from Japan, and a popular choice for the cold hardy, tropical effect, exotic garden. However, if left to its own devices a cold winter can affect the quality of its glossy, architectural fronds rendering it a rather ‘moth-eaten’ and unattractive specimen come the spring! Despite being technically cold-hardy down to around -10 Celsius for short periods, a certain amount of management should be put in place over during a freezing winter to ensure they start the spring in the best condition possible. To find out what English horticulturist Simon does with his Sago palm, check out the accompanying video.

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