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Sago Palms
What and When should I do to my badly cold-damaged-in-2010 Sago Palm?


1. Sagos grew large during mild winters
but were severely damaged in
the January, 2010, freezes.
 
2. Green frons (leaves) in the center of Sago Palms mean the entire plant is not dead.
 
3. Trim ALL brown foliage back to main
stem as with this female Sago.

4. Smaller Sagos (front) were more heavily damaged than were the larger
specimens (background).
 
5. A True Palm (next to fence) was severely damaged by cold while Sagos
(not true palms) were slightly damaged
in the same area.
 

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