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Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat

Posted by cactusmcharris 4 / Interior BC (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 21, 11 at 23:53

You remember this pot of plants, I'm sure - back in July they were planted together. It turns out I'll be needing to repot sooner than next spring - it looks to be eating its way out of house and home.


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RE: Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat

I saw this title burst out laughing -- you are SO bad!!

Very nice baseball bat -- is that off the older looking leaf next to it?

(I happen to really like your aqua colored carpet.)

RE: Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat

Let it go. If your like me, no room at the windows. I known i have to repot all my sans now that i know my potting mix is wrong. But not till spring. This is there sleeping time. Cut back on watering and hope for the best till spring. Nice picture, looks great!

RE: Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat

It gets better as time goes on......

RE: Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat


The newer leaf is growing through the S. suffruticosa (at the 9 o'clock position). The original plant is at the 11.


I'm not sure I'll be able to hold off repotting it in February or so, but that will give it a few more months to grow.


If you mean your commenting, that's true, it has improved.

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