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    Question My Ceph need repot ?

    I have read that Cephs can be sensitive so i did ad some pics off my Ceph to see iff it need a repot the moss is starting to grow over it more and more

    What do you think ?




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    Repotting will not solve the problem. Trimming the moss back a bit will help though
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    yeah thats true but maby it need more place or not ?

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    how tall is that pot? it's hard to tell in the pic, but I think you might have to repot it in the near future.
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    That Cephalotus will do fine in that pot for a good long time; also, if it is growing well as it appears to be, don't disturb it . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBella View Post
    That Cephalotus will do fine in that pot for a good long time; also, if it is growing well as it appears to be, don't disturb it . . .
    Agreed - I don't know for how long but you've got lots of good growth & it looks very happy. Why mess with that? Just do some trimming ...
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    Hm I have now repoted the plant might look little funny but I didnt disturb the roots at all since i took the old pot peat and all in this new pot. I think it will look cool after a time (:


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    Wow, silly little mound of red sphagnum.
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