cutting brown fronds off sago
We transplanted very healthy sagos from the backyard to the front. Now the bottom fronds are turning yellow/brown. Should I cut them off and is this just the shock from transplanting them? Same soil in both areas. . . more sun in the front. There are some that were already in the front that are doing beautifully!
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Yes, this is likely caused from the transplanting and they should come out of thshock on their own given proper care while re-establishing their roots. You can remove the yellw/brown fronds, as these will not regrow, but leave anything green alone.