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      Cardboard Plant Pot

      AED 159 159
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      • Cardboard plant is a cycad native to southeastern Veracruz state in eastern Mexico.
      • Although not a palm tree, its growth habit is superficially similar to a palm; therefore it is commonly known as cardboard palm or cardboard cycad.
      • Other names include cardboard plant, cardboard sago, Jamaican sago, and Mexican cycad.
      • Plant Height - 30-40cm(Approx).

      Delivery Information

      • Actual product may vary in shape or design as per the availability.The number of leaves and the size of the plant depends on seasonal availability.
      • Since plants are seasonal in nature, flowering plants might be delivered without them.
      • A majority of our orders are delivered on time as per the time slot selected.
      • This is not met in very rare cases where the situation is beyond our control viz., traffic congestion enroute, remote address for delivery, etc.
      • The delivery cannot be redirected to any other address once the order is prepared for delivery.
      • Although we try not to, occasionally substitution of plants are done due to temporary and/or regional unavailability issues.

      Care Instructions

      • About Plant - Cardboard plant is a cycad native to southeastern Veracruz state in eastern Mexico. Although not a palm tree, its growth habit is superficially similar to a palm; therefore it is commonly known as cardboard palm or cardboard cycad. Other names include cardboard plant, cardboard sago, Jamaican sago, and Mexican cycad.
      • Water - Only a moderate amount of water is required for cardboard palms. And overwatering can cause the roots to rot. From the spring to fall, water whenever the top inch of soil feels dry. But over the winter, reduce watering by about half of what you watered during the growing season.
      • Temperature - the ideal temperatures are 75 degrees during the day and 65 degrees at night.
      • Care Tips - Maintenance of cardboard palm is minimal .It has a slow growth habit and does well in good potting soil as long as the container has excellent drainage.
      • Light Requirement- Cardboard palms grow best in full sun, meaning at least six hours of direct sunlight on most days.

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