Sago Palm Trees

Sago Palm

Ron pughe added on November 10, 2017 | Answered

I have a female palm that has bloomed with a massive ball in the center that has many pink to red seeds. Do I continue to watch it or remove the ball and save the seeds? What to do with the seeds? Are they a possible new plant ready for planting?

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Answered on November 11, 2017

These have separate male and female plants, so if you do not have both a male and a female, then those seeds will not mature, and will not be viable. You may cut the flowering pod off at any time.

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