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deb789
San Antonio, TX
(Zone 8b)

June 21, 2005
1:21 PM

Post #1564527

Heres my picture of my sago palm. I forgot the height and size of the gallon container it came with. Would yall know the container size to this sago? I planted in the ground 1 month ago.
vossner
Richmond, TX
(Zone 9a)

June 21, 2005
7:28 PM

Post #1565352

wild guess 5-7gal. Where are the yellow leaves? I think that sago looks great!
deb789
San Antonio, TX
(Zone 8b)

June 21, 2005
7:50 PM

Post #1565408

Its on my other Sago the yellow leaves duh!! I have 2 sago. This is not the bad one youre seeing!!
jameso
Longview, TX

June 22, 2005
1:02 AM

Post #1566127

If any sago palm tree lovers are in the Rio Grand Valley, Brownsville, Texas to be exact, the only sago palm tree forest left on the North American continent, is located there.
vossner
Richmond, TX
(Zone 9a)

June 22, 2005
2:58 AM

Post #1566467

here I have been running my mouth about sagos, and today, upon inspection, I discovered yellow leaves. In my case, I suspect not enough water. Also, this particular one happens to be a male sago, and the "protuberance" that tells me it's a male has sort of fallen off. I don't remember that happening before. comments, anyone?
deb789
San Antonio, TX
(Zone 8b)

June 22, 2005
11:41 AM

Post #1566987

hey vossner, Did you say my sago looks like a male sago?
vossner
Richmond, TX
(Zone 9a)

June 22, 2005
4:11 PM

Post #1567626

no, I was talking about mine. I think the only way to tell male from female is when, at this time of year, it develops this phallus (male) or something the looks and size of a melon (female). I will try to post a pix of mine to better illustrate what I'm talking about.

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