I have a concern I'm hoping you folks could help me with. It should be noted that I'm a total newbie when it comes to caring for plants. Last Fall (I think), I was given two Sago Palm basal offshoots by a friend, and those offshoots were put in the same pot, and rooted. Until recently, I haven't paid very much attention to the plant... or any plant, for that matter. My girlfriend took care of them. About a month ago, I noticed a green fungal growth between the two basal offshoots, and figured it was possible that the soil was contaminated, as the fungus could have hyphae down to the bottom of the pot. So, I opted to jump into the darkness and try to save the plant... even though I'm still not 100% sure if it needed "saving" I repotted the plants in a fresh pot of soil after gently rinsing off the roots. careful to elevate the offshoots to the level I wanted them at after the potting was done while I carefully packed soil in their root network. I immediately watered the soil, and packed it, and ever since have been watering the pot every day or two - after the soil has dried (it has a drainage hole at the bottom of it, and the California sun is pretty warm throughout the day). It's getting direct sunlight on it throughout the entire day, and I am confident that the root systems of both offshoots have taken root again. However, the majority of their leaves (2 our of 3) are loosing their chlorophyll, it seems. The picture of the plant is down below. As you can see, the most vertical of the leaves is doing fine, but the second leaf on that same offshoot is pretty much due for a dirtnap, and the single leaf on the second offshoot has been yellowing more and more every time I take care to examine it (once every 3 days or so). The hairy projection on top of the 2-leafed offshoot (I'm assuming this is some sort of apical meristem) has not grown a single millimeter in the last 6 days despite them all being extremely sunny. I feel that I'm eventually going to lose the offshoot on the left, and that the one of the right's growth is stunted by my transplant. Should I not be as concerned as I am? Does anyone have any suggestions as to something I could do to help the health of either plant? I'd appreciate any thoughts.