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Old 03-25-2020, 09:54 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Default Re: Musa basjoo leaves easily broken

I'm just being way more careful now. I repotted the others recently and accidentally broke a leaf off my Abyssinian as well, which was sad. And then I screwed up and overwatered them all a bit, but they're bouncing back. I'm going to introduce them to the outdoors during daytime next week, once my big tray arrives that I can drag them all on at once .

Fwiw as well as the Japanese, I have two Himalayan, two Snow, and a tall Abyssinian, all of which i grew from seed last autumn. This will be their first time outdoors, so I want to take it gently.
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