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Should I replant this cactus in a bigger pot?

Posted by AndrewDS none (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 14, 14 at 17:09

This little guy went through a massive growth spurt, its at least three times bigger then it was a couple month ago. I've never repotted a cactus, do you think I should repot and also should I be watering it more since its growing more? I want it to grow big


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RE: Should I replant this cactus in a bigger pot?

Nice cactus! In my opinion, that one is ready for a new home! Just size up slightly in width and depth. I prefer clay pots. Keep shaded a couple days after transplanting if it's an outside plant. Not sure about the watering.

I'm not an expert, others may differ with me, but that's my 2 cents.


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RE: Should I replant this cactus in a bigger pot?

  • Posted by rina_ 5a Ont (My Page) on
    Sun, Mar 16, 14 at 11:03

I would put it in clay if for no other reason - to get some weight...looks like it could topple any time. Would be shame to break it.

Good looking cacti.

Rina


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RE: Should I replant this cactus in a bigger pot?

Just picked up a clay pot and some cactus potting soil and will give it a new home! thanks for the advice


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