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We purchased our sago plam in about October last year and wintered it in our unheated greenhouse, being careful not to overwater it. Before moving it back to the garden we noticed that some of the fronds were more brown than green. Does anybody know if this plant is dying or if we can rescue it in any way? Thank you.

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  • Posted: Sun. 17th June 2012 17:21

Re: Japanese Sago Palm

Reply from ELAINE HUTSON

I have one in my unheated greenhouse, keeping it dry in winter is the way to go. The older fronds do tend to get a creamy yellow, I remove them, but there should be a new set coming in, they are slow growing, so they only put one set at in a year, don't over water them even during the growing season.

  • Posted: Sun. 17th June 2012 20:23