Japanese Sago Palm, Cycas revoluta
Location: Botanical Gardens
Significance: Botanical interest
This slow-growing Cycad from southern Japan can live for 50-100 years. The tree in the Botanical Gardens was planted more than 60 years ago.
Popular for its landscaping qualities, the Japanese Sago Palm is the most widely cultivated Cycad species in the world.
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