This palm produced multi heads I was going to sell the heads (there are 3 plus original tree) and have buyer dig up after reading your article I was wondering 1. The approx age of this saga 2. If the heads are dug up - can they be planted and live ? 3. If the heads are dug up - will it kill the original tree 4. What are your recommendations? 5. Do I have males or females (looks like males to me) 6. If I can do something with this tree (partial removal - re placement ) do you recommend it is done with a professional landscaper? I really do not want to kill something so old and beautiful - however I am re-doing my yard and this saga is in an awkward place - I appreciate all your help - can you please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The flowers can easily be removed.
This article will help you.
It appears to be male cones; this article has more information.
Pups can be removed and propagated from Sago Palms.
And lastly; a multi head Sago is a stunning thing!
And I'm not able to give you an age of your Sago.