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Sago Palm

My sago palm suddenly has two heads. I don’t really like the way they intertwine. Can I cut off one head without damaging the palm?


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#1 Comment By Bobbiekay On 04/19/2011 @ 10:53 am

I have several Sago’s and I get babies at the base of the palm. Are you referring to that or are both heads at the very top? The babies I cut off making sure to get the root, dig deep! That way I have new plants

#2 Comment By jimmy On 04/19/2011 @ 11:50 am

I am not talking about babies at the base. The heads are on the top.

#3 Comment By Anonymous On 04/19/2011 @ 10:36 pm

You can cut one off, but likely the remaining one will always grow a bit crooked.


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