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How to protect your sago in cold weather

2019-04-24 News No comment

Even in reliable and mild climates, such as Southern California, it poses a challenge to young cycads. When you don't have the benefits of a large covered device, you need to take extra steps to protect your cycad plant investment.

With 39 years of experience in planting and maintaining palms and palms, I hope that with the cold winter weather coming, I can help you succeed in your own garden. I want to share my success, my failure, and how I can beat them.

When taking care of the palms and palms, climate factors need to be considered. I am currently living in North San Diego and have been doing it for 12 years. The summer climate is particularly warm, but winter temperatures are low. When I lived here, the temperature was already as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the 3 years I have been here. In contrast, I used to be very close to the ocean, and the weather there was actually much milder.

Unfortunately, this extremely cold weather has filled many seedlings and young palms and balls, as well as burning leaves on many of my larger palms and balls.

Because there is no canopy, the leaves of large green leaf bicycles that are outdoors are often burned to the extent possible as far away from the canopy. This is due to the cold air that directly encounters the highest blade blades. Fortunately, the lowest leaves often avoid the direct effects of cold air because they exhibit little or no cold burns. Obviously, young palms and small balls clearly benefit from overhead protection.

For a reliable young garden, there is almost no top protection, there are several ways to overcome this problem and provide a solution.

1. Get some larger plants [I prefer cold-resistant palm trees] for overhead protection.

2. Cover the plant with an antifreeze protective film

3. Cover the cycad plant with straw.

4. For smaller plants; cover the entire plant with inverted planting tanks or plastic trash cans. After cooling, be sure to remove these covers.

5. Try to choose plant species that are highly tolerant to cold weather

If you take the time to protect your young cycads, they can provide a lifetime of enjoyment.

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