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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.)


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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!


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RE: Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat

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


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RE: Submental Potting Leads to Extra Baseball Bat

Karen,

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

Stush,

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.

RFG,

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


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