Answer: Early spring or late fall, when temperatures are cooler and rainfall abundant, is the best time to move your plants. Tasmanian tree fern will have a fibrous root system and should be easy to dig and transplant; sago palms have a rather narrow and deep root system so you'll need to take care in digging so that you don't sever the taproot type growth directly beneath the trunk. Water both well prior to the move (moist earth will hold the roots together, making the move easier). Best wishes with your relocation project!
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