I saw your website and the lawn dye that was advertised. I do not want this for my lawn but for my sago palm that has unfortunately suffered some freeze damage. The fronds are partially green and partially brown so I want to cover the brown. Would this product work? If so, what mixture water to dye should I use? Thanks so much!
We have had people use LAWN DYE for more than just grass and it’s worked well. Designed for use on plants, it would be OK to try and with the right mixture, you should be able to hide most of the frost damage. Unfortunately there is no set “mix” rate for such use. We suggest mixing up a small amount first to use as a sample to test the color. What’s a small amount? A pint would be a good small amount. Add two ounces of Lawn Green to a pint a water, mix it up and apply some to see how it looks. Add more for a darker finished color if needed. Once satisfied go ahead and mix up a larger quantity and go to work.
Remember too that pruning some fronds might help the cause. I’m not sure when this should be done with Sago’s in your region but removing some should allow the plant to rebound faster. Combined with the Lawn Green and you should be able to get a good cosmetic fix.