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Posted by KurayamiKit none (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 3, 13 at 13:52

I got some cuttings mid summer that finally rooted should I move them seems to be their rooted and its pretty hot in my area still gettong 80 degree weather acouple of times a week and the roots reached the edges what should i do?

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RE: transplating?

Congrats on getting it to root. How large of a container is that? Unless you are in a zone higher than 9 or 10 I would just leave it for the winter in the present container.

RE: transplating?

Its in a soda bottle and one of them or some of them reached the bottom of the bottle and i dont think i live in a zone higher than 9 or 10 will it hurt them if the crowed?

thank you so much :D

RE: transplating?

I would just leave it through the winter. It still has plenty of room to develop a root ball considering its going to slow down through winter hibernation. Do you have a heat mat it can be placed on to help keep it going a bit longer.

RE: transplating?

I'm so glad this post and question came up. I have two rooted cuttings in half filled one gallon containers. I'm in zone 10 and can't decide whether to put them in the ground now, or wait till Spring. hmmm.....???


RE: transplating?

Thanks much :) I will keep them as they are and no longer water them till spring time :D last year i kept watering and lost 4 over the winter XD Ive learned my lesson

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