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Repotting directions

Posted by luvofroses So Ut (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 29, 10 at 1:08

Ok my Lacanosa that I bought about a year ago is at the point that it needs water every other day so I know it needs to be re potted. My question is are the hoyas bound by the same rule as other plants? that being the "only go up one size at a time" rule. It is already in a 4 in pot. Came that way I just replaced soil with my mix. It has grown by leaps and bounds and I know that it grows while I watch it. So what size pot should this lovely hoya graduate to? Thanks so much for all input.
Ann in SO Ut

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RE: Repotting directions

Personally I'd say just to a 6in.

RE: Repotting directions

I think a 6" would also be a good choice. That would give some extra room for growth. You apparently are taking great care of it and its happy.

RE: Repotting directions

Oh, Ann! Would you mind posting a picture? And, yes, a 6" pot.


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