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Questions on brug's.

Posted by sondra_tn South East TN (6/7) (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 16, 08 at 10:41

I have 3 potted brug's in my basement. They have been there all winter. I was wondering if I should bring them up now. I do have a sunroom that I could bring them up to. I thought I could leave them outside during the day ( weather permitting) than bring in on cold days.
They have not had much light downstairs and watered sparingly.
I also have some cuttings and was wondering when I should pot them up...if they make it. I forgot about them and they ran out of water! LOL There does seem to be a good root on all of them though.


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RE: Questions on brug's.

Pot your cuttings up now and put them in the sunroom. Larger plants can probably wait a while longer. The trouble with having them in your sunroom is that you will almost certainly get spider mites in them. The smaller plants will be easier to tend to.

I wouldn't start taking things outside until you can reliably leave them there overnight. That means night time temps above 45 for good measure.

RE: Questions on brug's.

Thank you! I will go get my hands dirty than. :)

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