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repotting and reviving

Posted by mocknbird MoCo, MD (6B) (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 8, 10 at 9:49

I have a fuscia in a hanging pot that has done well this summer. However, it is looking a little worn and the pot is now rootbound.

Can I separate it and repot? Will it regrow and rebloom?

Any advice appreciated. thanks.

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RE: repotting and reviving

How about just cutting it back by a third and letting it come again, no need to repot unless it is root bound.

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