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Sick Sans?

Posted by bkempress 6 (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 16, 14 at 15:07

Hi im new here and very new to plants here i have my one and only sans and ive noticed that the "pup" has outgrown the other plant which is the older one is something wrong with the older plant?

thank you


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RE: Sick Sans?

I recall reading somewhere on this forum that each subsequent pup will be larger than the last (meaning, if the current pup makes its own pup down the road, that one will be bigger than the previous two plants). I also read that if you ever were to break them apart (separate them), it sets them back; in that a new pup won't be larger than the previous plant.

So to answer your question, there is nothing wrong with the old plant. That just seems to be how they grow. They both look healthy to me.

Planto


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RE: Sick Sans?

Ohhhhh ok thank you I appreciate that


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Totally agree with Planto.


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thank you


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