I have a small Sago Palm that when purchased was quite dark green and very pretty. Now the inner (upper) fronds are yellowed and curling up, obviously something is wrong. Is it okay to cut those unsightly fronds off or will it kill the plant? What could be causing the problem?
I Have a Small Sago Palm Plant
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
It is okay to cut the yellow parts off the fronds, but try to leave as much of the green as possible. There are many reasons that the plant could be getting yellow fronds. This article will help you pinpoint which it may be: