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Once established, sago palm trees do not like to be moved. This does not mean that you can’t transplant sago palms, it just means that you must do it with extra care and preparation. The timing of transplanting sago palms is important. You should only attempt to move a sago palm in late winter or ...

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When sago palms turn yellow after transplanting, the cause may be transplant shock or a cultural problem. Transplant Shock Transplant timing may be key to avoiding transplant shock, when newly ...

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Garden Detective: What happened to this sago palm? It may be transplant shock, crown rot or too much sun. John Zellmer Garden Detective: What happened to this sago palm? It may be transplant shock ...

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Repotting Sago Palm Trees. When choosing a new container for sago palm transplanting, go for depth rather than width so your roots have more space to grow down. Look for a container that’s 3 inches (7 cm) wider and/or deeper than your current one.

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When transplanting a sago palm, the root ball must be dug up. The palm should be transplanted into a prepared hole as soon as possible. Pruning shears, a shovel, loppers, burlap, a tape measure and string are required for transplanting. Prepare the sago palm for transplant. For easy release from the soil, water the palm 24 hours before digging.

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How To Transplant a Sago Palm By Teo ... If you need to transplant a backyard sago, keep in mind that the larger the plant, the more time and effort it will take. credit: UVimages/amanaimagesRF/amana images/Getty Images. Sago palm leaves are pinnate, like palm leaves.

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The sago palm is a slow-growing cycad, and it can take up to 100 years for it to achieve its maximum height of 20-plus feet tall. Its slow rate of growth makes the sago palm suitable for use indoors.

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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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Newly planted / transplanted palm trees, with their greatly reduced root systems and the shock from being removed, are in great need of frequently applied deep irrigation. Deep watering keeps moisture concentrations far below the surface, reducing transplant shock, and attracting roots downward deep into the soil How deep is deep enough?

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Arborist Gary Knowlton shows the steps to successfully transplant a Cycad Palm. Visit his website at http://www.knowltontrees.com and www.prunelikeapro.com