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A year later...

Posted by kataclysm Pittsburgh (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 30, 13 at 14:14

Last winter, I bought several pots of abused jades from Home Depot. Over the year, they grew so much that I had to repot them all, splitting them into their own pots. Some of them live at my work now, and I thought I'd share some pictures... I never would have gotten them to all survive if I hadn't found the posts on this forum!


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And here are Crosby's compact and Gollum!


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They look excellent! Well grown! :-)

Josh


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Very nice collection and Thanksgiving cactus, too!


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That was a small section that broke off when I spazzed out and dropped another plant on the mama plant >.<

On the upside, it rooted quite happily, and here is what Mama Plant produced in its place!


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Nice work, indeed...I myself have 'rescued' plants from stores like that, and it is so satisfying to see the formerly neglected plants thriving.

Christopher


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