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Q.Male Sago Palm with 8 Cones

Zone Houston TX 77031 | DORINDA YOUNGER added on May 8, 2018 | Answered

Is this normal???

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Answered on May 8, 2018

I notice that all of the growth has been cut off. This will usually result in the death of the plant. The male flowers are, more than likely, the last ditch effort to spread the genetics of the plant before it passes.

There does appear to be replacement pups coming out nearby. Once the large stalk dies back completely, that will be the new pup that takes over. It will be starting over fresh, from the beginning again.

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