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The steps to digging out a small sago palm are relatively basic, ... Once you’ve dug the root system loose, you can lay the sago on the tarp and drag it to its new location.

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Q: I want to plant a couple of sago palms near my septic system but I am concerned about the roots growing into the system. How large does the root system get? A: My first thought was to consider the environmental issue so I contacted the environmental health department in Nassau County regarding any regulation addressing the distance trees or ...

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I have never moved or dug up a sago palm, and the root system is not something I am familiar with. None-the-less, I would advise moving it away from a house fountain and right now because it is only going to get bigger. If you are going to tackle the job let us know what the root system is like, how tall your sago is, and if you can lift it out.

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Can You Cut the Root Ball Off a Sago Palm?. Sago palms, known botanically as the species Cycas revoluta, are ancient cycads commonly lumped in with palms because of their tropical appearance and fountain-like growth form. Sago palms are slow growing and slow to propagate themselves via seed, which causes them to be valued at a premium and costly to...

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The house we're going to buy has a king sago palm standing right next to the outer wall (well, it looks like growing out from the wall; but actually it's leaning against the wall). Its stem is almost 5 feet tall. Leaves are almost the same length. We want to know how big its root system is? We may consider replanting the tree if its really necessary...but we don't want to kill him.

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Cycas revoluta, one of the most primitive living seed plants, are very unusual and popular ornamentals. A rugged trunk, topped with whorled feathery leaves has lead to the common name "Sago Palm", however it is actually related to conifer and Ginko trees - all cone bearing plants which trace their origins back to the ancient flora of the early Mesozoic era.

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Over time, sago palms develop a thick trunk and may grow to 10 feet tall. Because of this single trunk, it is not technically possible to divide a sago palm’s root system in half to make two plants.

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An ideal sago palm potting mix drains very quickly. Mix your regular potting soil with plenty of grit such as pumice, sand, or peat moss.Once your potting mix is prepared, it’s time to transplant. Because of their large, tight root balls and sturdy trunks, repotting sago palm trees is easy.

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Top 10 Questions About Sago Palms. by Darcy Larum October 15, 2017. ... When digging up the sago palm to transplant it, be sure to dig up as much of the root system as possible to reduce transplant shock. Plant the sago palm in its new location, no deeper than it was planted in before. Water the newly planted sago thoroughly.

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Sago palm is easy to grow but it does have some diseases and pests. Common problems with sago palm plants include sago palm yellowing, scale, mealybugs and root rot. Click this article to learn more about how to treat these issues.