Transplanting Sago Palms?

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Sago palms are beautiful, decorative trees with feathery green fronds. To transplant p the sago, prepare a big hole and put the tree inside then replace the soil. Remove all the leaves to create room for new growth then water the plant frequently.
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1. Locate a container or spot in the landscape that anticipates the sago palm's growth. Sago palms do not like to be transplanted and will live for hundreds of years in a relatively
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Nothing to it. Just bury the root system and about an inch on the root bulb. If it's big you probably won't be able to get all the roots. Dig out as far as reasonable. Been having
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Hi Dan,dig, cut or snap them away from the mother and put them in a mixture of part sand and part peat moss; keep them in a well lit area and water them initially, then only when
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A sago palm tree is a variety of tropical palm tree. Their scientific name is cycas revoluta. They are found in many places of the world where tropical plants grow.
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1. Locate a container or spot in the landscape that anticipates the sago palm's growth. Sago palms do not like to be transplanted and will live for hundreds of ...
1. Locate a container or spot in the landscape that anticipates the sago palm's growth. Sago palms do not like to be transplanted and will live for hundreds of ...
Sago is an edible starch which is obtained from a palm tree. It is usually extracted from the spongy centre or pith, of various tropical palm stems, especially ...
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