I live in the Houston area and had an unusually harsh winter. My sagos are, what I consider, burned from below freezing temps. They are now brown, but with green stems and a few patches of green. What should I do? They are outside and we have had a very wet winter and spring so far.
I have a very nice sago palm in my yard. I had it transplanted last year. Right after the transplant, the palm started to produce a flower on the top. Within a couple of weeks, the flower turned brown. I am wondering if I should prune this flower off of the tree. If this is necessary, then how would I do this?
My large outdoor sago plant (10 years old) leaves turned brown due to winter and freezing cold weather. Do I cut the brown leaves off? It is spring time now in northern Louisiana.
The very cold winter along the Gulf Coast this year caused my Sago palms to brown from the top down (due to extended below-freezing periods). Should I remove these light brown fronds now or wait until new fronds come up?
We have many sago palms all around the pool that were cold damaged this winter and are now yellow/brown in color. Some limbs have green on them, but are mostly brown. The stems through those leaves are, in some cases, still green. How do we trim them without hurting the palm itself?
My 20-year-old sago has developed a ‘seed pod’ in the middle about four to six months ago. It’s still there and my husband thinks it’s killing the plant. He wants to cut it out, but I told him that if you mess with the middle of a palm, it can kill it. Please let me know what this thing is and what to do with it.
How do you prune or trim sago palms after frost damage in southeastern North Carolina?
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