Desert Horticulture

Yellow plants, transplanting sago palm and transplanting rosemary into containers

April 21, 2019 Season 1 Episode 14
Desert Horticulture
Yellow plants, transplanting sago palm and transplanting rosemary into containers
Chapters
00:00:44
Yellow plants and how to correct the problem
00:15:37
Transplanting Sago Palm and the importance of its fronds
00:24:50
Transplanting Rosemary from the ground into containers
Desert Horticulture
Yellow plants, transplanting sago palm and transplanting rosemary into containers
Apr 21, 2019 Season 1 Episode 14
Bob Morris
Yellow plants in desert soils, transplanting Sago Palm and transplanting rosemary into containers.
Show Notes Chapter Markers

Today I will be discussing why non-desert plants start to yellow in a few years after planting, some of the horrible pruning jobs done by landscapers and how it destroys these plants. I will also talk about transplanting Sago Palm, also called cycad, and whether to remove the fronds or not. Finally I'll be discussing how to properly transplant existing rosemary from the landscape into containers. Join me in today's Desert Horticulture.



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