Queen Sago is often the focal point in a large
yard. The feathery leaves arranged in a rosette pattern add
a sense of the tropics to the landscape.
Scales and leaf spotting
Queen Sago contains neurotoxins that can paralyze or kill
livestock that graze on the plant.
Flour can be made from the seeds. But there is evidence that
too much of a good thing is not good. Too much consumption
of the flour may result in a neurological disorder.