Our latest fatality from this past winters harshness seemed to be our beautiful foxy. She started sprouting after the freeze but lost all foliage but two spears... one slightly open and one not open and brown. Recently, those spears wilted over. We thought the palm was a goner and were in the middle of mourning and trying to decide what to do (couldn't bring ourselves to cut down ANOTHER palm from freeze damage). Last weekend we went on a motorcycle ride and noticed a palm that had been cut at the crownshaft (?) in a diagonal manner. There was a frond growing up out of the cut line. My husband and I talked about it and decided, what do we have to lose?! So, chop! Off goes the top of our foxy... cut in a diagonal manner across the green crownshaft. Two days later, we have something growing out of the top of the palm! Will it survive? Will it ever be beautiful again? We don't know! I had never seen anyone talking about this as a solution to a palm that appeared dead. Anyone else heard of this?