With the introduction of the very rare Cycas debaoensis, it was just a matter of time before this cross was done. It’s between the Sago Palm (seed bearer with this cross) and the aforementioned debaoensis. It is an interesting hybrid with bifurcation of the leaflets or leaf stems. See photos below. I’d recommend growing it in part day sun. Cold tolerance should be into the upper teens F. This hybrid has only been recently offered for sale. I’m showing in the 3rd row of photos one picture of the C. revoluta followed by two of the C. debaoensis.
I anticipate it’ll be a small to medium sized mature plants. It’s a great alternative to using the common Cycas revoluta. Leaf color will be green and there will be some spines of the leaf stems. Sorry, but there are no reputable photos of this hybrid in a mature size available at this time. I’m showing our five gallon size below. Caudex size is about two to three inches. I can’t show a mature plant for you as I know of none around.