Posted: Yesterday at 01:50
The green shoots are more than likely weeds, are the leaves tough, they wont be roots, mine did exactly the same. I agree with Dove, at GC it was sheltered and then when it was moved it was shocked. DON'T WORRY though, it will survive. Contrary to a lot of peoples belief canary palms prefer there roots to be a bit more compact, they are very slow growing about 2 - 3 leaves per year and do not need to be in full sun to thrive, mine gets about 4 hours (when the sun is out) and it grows absolutely fine. Treating them mean keeps them keen, they really do not need a lot of care or water, just let it do it's thing
Strange question - did you ensure the pot you put it in has plenty of drainage? Also have you repotted into a plastic or ceramic/terracotta pot, if its the latter revert to plastic it is much better in the winter as terracotta and ceramic gets very cold and stays cold which could harm roots.
I would also suggest that you don't bring it in in the winter, just keep it sheltered outside. They are quite hardy plants. As Dove said though as it looks a bit poorly harden it off until your areas risk of frost has passed.