Q.My sago palm leaves have all turned yellow. I replanted it back into pot. Should I cut yellow leaves off?
There are no bugs on the plant, it got drowned in the front yard. I think I may have planted it too deep, then the rains came and it turned yellow! I repotted it more shallowly and gave it Miracle grow…not too much. I just wondered is it ok to cut the yellow leaves off and hope for new growth?
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It's best to leave them to absorb nutrients. If they turn brown, you can go ahead and remove them.
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