How do I plant a baby sago palm?
If it has less than four of five fronds it should remain potted until it gets larger. Otherwise plant it just as you would any other tree. I’m assuming you are in the tropics or subtropics. Select a location that gets full sun at least part of the day and has good drainage (no standing wter). Water in thoroughly and then sparingly thereafter. Be patient. They are slow growers. BTW, “Sago Palms” are not palms nor do they produce Sago. Look up Cycas revoluta to learn more about your tree. Look up Metroxylon sagu to find out about Sago.