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Old 11-04-2018, 07:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default What's the best thing to do for flower choke.

I have a super dwarf flower that has the fruit in the stem, I did kinda pull back the leaves to make space but don't want to ruin to many leaves.
I am wandering how other people do it? Whats the best thing to do? What happens if you don't do anything?
I'll take pictures tomorrow morning.
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Embrace it and leave it alone.
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I cut a big slit down the bottom to let the tiny pstem and older hands fall out sooner. It’s very easy. Email me and I can show you pictures of how it looks.
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Thanks Ty for your information you sent by email!
This is how it looked yesterday after I discovered it, can't wait to go release it, this bunch looks like it'll have more fingers than the first one, I have a plant in a bigger pot that's bigger, wandering how big a bunch it'll give!
I'll post a picture again after I released it.

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This is kinda how it looked before I saw what was going on, this it's a little old so it was out a tad more
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