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    It's looking very good! It just needs light, water, and occasional cheesecake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    It's looking very good! It just needs light, water, and occasional cheesecake.

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    I have a teeny one just like that. It's been doing fine with minimal care on my part.

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    One of the things that you learn about keeping Cephalotus is don't fuss over then. If they are growing, then leave them to grow. Don't be tempted to repot if they have not outgrown their pot. Don't be tempted to continually move them around from room to room trying to find the ideal location. Don't think that just because one persons 'special' potting mix works then it's going to work with your plant in your location. They are slow growers and like stability.

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