How to remove mealy bugs, and what type of soil should I use?
My sago is about 17 years old. She has her crown for fertilization, but there are no other male plants around for her to flower. She had not thrown new fronds–I think because of her crown, which is still in place. Should I remove this, how do I do this or what is the proper thing to do?
I have had my sago for several years and this year the fronds are brown and yellow on ends mostly on bottom area. Some are turning yellow. The very end of a couple of fronds are curling up closer to the top.
It’s a huge palm, about 5 feet tall. I live in Saint Augustine, Florida.
I just purchased two small infant sago palms. I intend for these to be transplanted in my backyard once they get up to size, but my fear is that insects will destroy them while they are so young. What should I do to make sure they flourish and thrive?
My sago palm got frost bite this winter. Should I trim it back or just wait? The ball is still green and looks like new shoots are forming.
I have 4 Sago Palms. One has deep red spots with a yellow ring around the outside edge of spots and the other three are starting to show the same spots on their foliage. What causes it and how do I treat it? They are all planted outside in the ground.
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