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    heliamphora

    my tequila is growing very well. and have thought of trying to separate a new growth point and give it its own pot , any one have any advise, that their willing to share?
    this growth is completely outside the mass of several other growths, im thinking it would be easily separate.
    Any one have pics of the roots of an un potted heli.

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    ive had a Heli tequila division with no roots do fine and grow roots. unfortunatly it died over the last summer when a neighbor was watering my plants.

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    Jimmy,

    The Tequila you bought from me in November looks fantastic!!! Thanks for taking such good care of it!!! It looks like you may have as many as (4) new growth points. Follow Av8tor1's directions and you should have no problems. I suggest placing the babies in the same size 3.5 x 5" pots. When it comes to the Mother plant, the bigger the better. I have its Mother plant in a 6 x 7" pot and its growing great.

    Good Job!
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    From my experience, do the transfer quickly, and after repotted, fill the pitchers up with some RO water, it will assist them in remaining hydrated. Sadly, I think I took too much time to transfer mine, and most have taken a hit. Learn from my mistake
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccgpro View Post
    Jimmy,

    Follow Av8tor1's directions and you should have no problems. I suggest placing the babies in the same size 3.5 x 5" pots. When it comes to the Mother plant, the bigger the better

    Good Job!
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    where are you finding the 3.5 x 5 " pots ,the best ive found is 3.5 x 4 " and clear, they are nice pots, with the bottom almost completely open for drainage i'll add a pic this evening to see what everyone here thinks , use them or find deeper pots?

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    Jimmy,

    I bought them from Charley's Green House. They are $0.45 each, but you have to buy 36 min.

    http://www.charleysgreenhouse.com/in...1=224&cid2=414

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    think these would work , my minors are in them for now they are fairly small, one of them just started its first adult pitcher, they are 4" tall 3.5 x3.5 squares.
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