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Unusual Sago Palm

Posted by lzrddr 91360 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 8, 10 at 10:26

This Cycas revoluta has unusually split leaflets, making it look plumose. Unfortunately it also had a bad case of Asian Scale recently, so it looks spotted, too, but I hope as the new leaves grow out, that will correct itself.

Cycas revoluta split leaf scale damage

cycas revoluta split leaf


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RE: Unusual Sago Palm

Looks like it's trying to turn into a pine tree!

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RE: Unusual Sago Palm

  • Posted by butiaman 7b Douglasville,GA. (My Page) on
    Fri, Oct 8, 10 at 18:02

I like that look.I have noticed some of my Cycas revolutas fronds do the same thing.I thought it might be from the fertilizer I give them,maybe it's a mutation.Who knows?


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RE: Unusual Sago Palm

Showa form maybe?

Here is a link that might be useful: Showa form


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RE: Unusual Sago Palm

No. Showas are just more densely leaved... this one actually has divided leaflets making it look plumose, instead of the usual 'flat' look of the leaves.


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