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Sago Palm Problem

I was given a sago palm in a pot as a house warming present five years ago. It had four leaves originally.  A couple of years ago it grew two more, but six months ago, one by one, all the leaves turned yellow and I was told to remove these leaves.  I have only one left, which has now gone yellow too. Have I ruined it? Will it grow again? What should I do now? Should it be planted in the garden?


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#1 Comment By Heather On 01/27/2011 @ 4:34 pm

It does sound like it has died. This article will help you tell for sure:
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It was likely a lack of light that did this. In the future, if you get another one, place it in a brighter location.


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