July 27, 2020

Repotting Sago Palms

There is always so much work to do on my Bedford, New York farm.

During summer, all my large potted tropical plants are displayed outdoors in various locations around the farm. I also have many smaller potted specimens that I like to put out in groups, such as my collection of sago palms, or cycads, which were cut as pups from a mother sago some time ago. These attractive, slow-growing plants are thriving, but a few grew too big for their pots and needed to be removed and repotted into slightly larger containers. Repotting can be a tedious process, but a very important one that keeps all my plants healthy.

Enjoy these photos. And please tune in to QVC today at 4pm ET when I go LIVE from my home sharing great pieces from my summer apparel collection.