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Directions

DYNASTY PLANT SHOP: QUEEN WEST (Our Original Store):
1086 1/2 Queen Street West, Toronto, M6J 1H8

Store info

OPEN, SAFELY FOR IN PERSON SHOPPING & CURBSIDE PICKUP: Wednesday- Friday: 12PM - 6PM, Saturday 11AM - 6PM, Sunday 12PM - 5PM


Directions

DYNASTY PLANT SHOP: DUPONT & DUFFERIN: SHOPPABLE & curbside pickup:

1250 Dupont Street Toronto, Ontario, M6H 2A4

Store info

OPEN, SAFELY FOR IN PERSON SHOPPING & CURBSIDE PICKUP: Tuesday - Friday 12PM - 6PM, Saturday 11AM - 6PM, Sunday 12PM - 5PM


Delivery info

Online Order Deliveries:

We offer delivery within Downtown Toronto up to two weeks from purchase.

If you aren't able to book delivery when you check out, we might be fully booked or you might be outside of our delivery area.

If delivery is unavailable online, please e-mail dynastytoronto@gmail.com and we can try and schedule a special delivery to accommodate!

Plants are delivered by hand (contactless during Covid).

DYNASTY PLANT SHOP: QUEEN WEST (Our Original Store):
1086 1/2 Queen Street West, Toronto, M6J 1H8

DYNASTY PLANT SHOP: DUPONT & DUFFERIN: SHOPPABLE & curbside pickup:

1250 Dupont Street Toronto, Ontario, M6H 2A4

OPEN, SAFELY FOR IN PERSON SHOPPING & CURBSIDE PICKUP: Wednesday- Friday: 12PM - 6PM, Saturday 11AM - 6PM, Sunday 12PM - 5PM

SAGO PALM 14 " Grower Pot

$205.00

Sago palms (Cycas revoluta) are technically not even true palms! They come from a group of ancient tropical and subtropical plants that are native to Japan and Southern China. Sago palms require BRIGHT INDIRECT LIGHT. 

NOTE: Sago palms are toxic to pets and humans if ingested. Please exercise care when bringing this species into a home with children or pets.

 

LOCATION & LIGHT:

Sago palms do best with bright indirect sunlight. Too much direct sunlight can result in scorching of the leaves in the summertime. Placement a couple of feet away from a bright south, east, or west-facing window is best.

WATER:

Sago palms are moderately drought tolerant but prefer evenly moist soil.  Check the soil levels at least once a week and water deeply when the soil is halfway dry. Allow the soil to dry out a little more in the winter than in the summer. A daily mist of water helps to keep humidity levels high. If frond tips become brown, the humidity is too low.


Plants and pots sold separately!