Sago palms (cycas revoluta) are not
really a palm at all. Thier origins can
be traced back to the mesozoic era,
and they have changed little over the
last 200 million years.
Sagos are very hardy plants that
do well in temperatures from 15 - 110
degrees farenheit. They are slow
growers, and so make excellent
ground cover when small, but can
grow as tall as 10 feet.
I have many sago seeds, seedlings, and pups for sale or trade.