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One of my Sago Palms developed it's new fronds later than usual last year & have not fully opened yet.It has been stuck in limbo for the last 2 months so to speak.A couple of the frond tips turned brown as well & dropped off.Will i just let nature take it's course.Both of my palm's are overwintering in a unheated conservatory.

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  • Posted: Sun. 22nd January 2012 14:14

Re: New fronds on Sago Palm

Reply from Judi Samuels Garden Design

Hi Andy, great looking 'tropical' plant. Have a look at some of these care instructions below..

Light: Bright light, but avoid direct sunlight in summer.
Water: Keep soil continuously moist throughout spring and summer, and reduce watering in the winter.
Temperature: Prefers warm and humid conditions. Hardy to 50ºF, but avoid freezing drafts.
Soil: A well-drained potting mix.
Fertilizer: Fertilize in Spring and throughout growing season.

Hope that is useful..
Best wishes

Judi.. :-)

  • Posted: Mon. 23rd January 2012 09:09