Due to the extreme cold winter here in Houston, many of my sago palms have turned brown. Should I trim the dead fronds off in hopes the plant is still alive, and will come back?
I live in LA and my sagos went through a freeze. Is there any help for them? Should I prune and hope new ones will grow?
My sago palm has no new growth on one of it’s stalks. Is that stalk dead or will it possibly come back?
I purchased two sago palms in 6 inch containers. Lowes had a lot of them that had frozen (I am in Alaska). I found two that had good green still so i brought them home transplanted one and left the other in its pot. I left for a few days but placed them on my window sill. It was 40 below while I was gone and I think that cold permeated the window onto the leaves. When i returned all the leaves where yellowing. I placed the plants in my living room under a grow light and have tried to keep them alive. Two branches all together died while the others have some green and some brown in varies places on the leaves. What should i do? I want to return them to their brillance but I am worried that i may have killed them and I am just prolonging the inevitable. The books say two different things one says cut away dieing others say dont cut.
A sago palm was subjected to freezing weather, below 20 degrees. All of the foliage has turned yellow. Should I trim all of the yellow stalks off and leave only the trunk?
I have an overgrown sago that I’m not really keen on digging up and transplanting it. Can I cut it off at the base? I realize it would probably have more than one crown, but would it kill it? It’s a foundation plant at my entryway. I just scrolled down and found my answer, sorry. I guess the answer is that it would probably kill it.
We have two Sago Palms in our front yard that are a few years old. This winter has been unusally cold (Inverness, Florida) and they have ‘burned’ from the cold. One is totally a golden yellow and the other one is partially yellowed. This never happened before, so I didn’t think to cover them at night. Are they totally dead, or can they come back to life with proper care, whatever that may be?
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