Twin Cones

PapaTom80June 11, 2012

We have what we believe is a King Sago; 27 years old; in the ground 15 years. About 5 years ago it got it first cone from the center. We removed it and got a growth of fronds. The next year we got another single cone which was removed followed by fronds. Last year we had two cones growing at 45 degree angle and after removing two sets of fronds came. This year two more cones about 6-8 inches from center.

Will this be a yearly happening now.

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It must be really healthy! You wont necesserially get 2 cones every year, but there is a good chance that you will be getting at least 1 cone every year.

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