We have two sago palms that are mature (about 6 years old) that we transplanted outside this spring and they have done beautifully.
I am wondering what we need to do to them to prepare them for the winter. We live on the eastern coast in Virginia and many people around here seem to wrap their sagos in burlap, as we can have a few weeks of low teen temperatures. Is that necessary? What would be the best way to make sure they will live through the winter?