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Old 10-13-2007, 03:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Potting basjoo pups for winter

I'll be mulching the cut 12" p-stems on the main plants, but I want to bring in at least 1 pup each of basjoo and of velutina. Any suggestions as to pot size. The plants will be in a bright room where a plumeria flowered 2 winters ago. The pups range from 8" to 3 ft.; any suggestions on which to take? Thanks.
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Default Re: Potting basjoo pups for winter

bring the bigger ones inside, they have more roots of there own, keep them cool and dry or they will keep on growing all winter long with to much light. Good luck. Mike
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