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Paph Norito Hasegawa - To Pot or Not to Pot

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suss16

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I think the plant is telling you to wait ;)
 

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That's pretty cool. Looks like you'll need some tin snips to get that one out.

At on time I potted up my armeniacum and micranthum in wood slat baskets to good effects.
 
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Ernie

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Silly Parvis, stolons are for Ludisias! If you want to repot, cut/break the pot away.

-Ernie
 
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cwt

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We had it bofore, same as with armeniacum. we grow the NH's and armeniacum in baskets.
 
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goldenrose

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There's nothing more to say that hasn't already been said! That's a kick!
 

Sangii

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interesting ! the only option is to cut the plastic pot open on the side all the way down so you can unpot easily and not do any damage to the plant
 
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Mrs. Paph

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Wow! Yep, gonna have to slice and dice that pot, after blooming :) - maybe you can carefully melt the pot off w/ a cheap soldering iron...I've had bad luck cutting pots, pot doesn't want to cut and then the plastic snaps and the plant get's whiplash! But hey, if the growth breaks off, it looks like a nice healthy plant that you could nurse that growth and have another one!
 

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