I have three potted sago palms all about 6-10 years old. This year they were hit hard with a Texas Hill Country freeze. One of the sagos has produced leaves from the mother plant. The other two only seem to be producing leaves from under the dirt, which I assume are from pups. How do the remove pups, and what happens to the mother plant. Will it eventually produce its own leaves again?
Confused With Sago Palm
fayette added on July 21, 2011 | Answered
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Answered on July 22, 2011
This will explain what to do with the pups and care of the sagos:
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