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2 New Mini's in 1 Big Pot

Posted by kforrest IL Chicago (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 26, 09 at 17:15

I have 2 small band roses which I need to plant and I currently have 1 very large (24" pot) which is vacant.

Has anybody ever planted 2 mini's in 1 pot? I really do not want to go out to purchase another 2 pots when I have this one already.

What do you all think?


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RE: 2 New Mini's in 1 Big Pot

24" dia pot may be too big to start when planting roses that are currently in a band size pot. You may what to first start them off in a 1 or 2 gal pot.

Which minis do you have and how deep is the pot? As that would make a difference on if you could eventually plant them both in the same pot.


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RE: 2 New Mini's in 1 Big Pot

I don't see a problem with that... I planted 6 minis in a window box and would transplant them when they got too big...


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RE: 2 New Mini's in 1 Big Pot

I have planted my Vi's Violet and Baby Boomer together in a pot that is about 1 1/2 gallons. Just put them in yesterday, watered well. They are sitting in partial shade on the balcony. Hoping the weather here will last into Oct/Nov since we've had such a cool summer. It is Chicago though and that may just be wishful thinking but I'm hoping to get some good growth going before the frost begins.


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RE: 2 New Mini's in 1 Big Pot

Kforrest

Even if these are fresh out of the band pot minis, a 1 1/2 gal pot is really small for two plants. IMO, would recommend stepping up to a larger pot so they have room to grow.


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