|I planted sagos in my yard this past summer, where they did well. I was needing to know if any pruning was needed to be done? The leaves have begun to turn brown and wanted to know if they needed to be cut off before spring or to just leave them alone? I live in Upstate SC if that is relevant.
|Answer from NGA
January 3, 2011
|Sago palms won't need a whole lot of maintenance. When the older fronds turn brown you can prune them off. Once they're brown and dead, pruning them off won't hurt your sago at all, regardless of the growing season. I'd prune them off now.
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