Sago Palm Trees

Frozen Sago Palms


Anonymous added on January 29, 2011 | Answered

Recently we had a bad freeze in Austin, Texas, and I have two sago palms outside that were not protected. It got down to 19 degrees and now the leaves are brown. I do not know if the palms are damaged or not. It took about five years for the leaves to form. My question to you is: If the palms are still alive, what can I do get them back in good health?


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