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Thread: Repotting my Drosera graomagolensis, what a shocker!

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    Sweet pictures. I've never considered pots that tall, but wow those are some awesome roots. Thanks for sharing!

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    awesome! A pot that size would be superb for preventing the root-related issues that I and so many others have had w/ this spcs. Also a great medium mix and a good idea to replace the media every year to prevent problems. Spot on with everything! Nice work.
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    Fabulous! Looks like I need to try these dews.
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    Hey jmatt pretty impressive. Glad to see you still like the macrame you made with my gf at the icps convention.

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    That is INSANE.. I would of never guessed the roots were that long! Makes me want to repot mine into tall PVC.. Maybe i'll do that today.

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    So, decided to repot my graomo from you today JM. Kind of glad I did.. the roots had wandered down to the bottom of the pot, then back up to the top, then back down to the bottom. They were so tangled and snagged it was impossible to get them all out in one piece.
    SO.. graomo is now in Mass Propagation.
    Pun totally intended.

    put the main plant in a super tall tree pot that dwarfs the green octagon one it came in. Hoping to see it go buckwild now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    So, decided to repot my graomo from you today JM. Kind of glad I did.. the roots had wandered down to the bottom of the pot, then back up to the top, then back down to the bottom. They were so tangled and snagged it was impossible to get them all out in one piece.
    SO.. graomo is now in Mass Propagation.
    Pun totally intended.

    put the main plant in a super tall tree pot that dwarfs the green octagon one it came in. Hoping to see it go buckwild now!
    Sounds good Mass,
    That's funny about the roots! That was a small skinny pot.
    The roots in my big pot were a bit overwhelming too. If everything works out in time I should have an explosion of little plants from all of my extra roots.
    Perfect timing with the cooler weather coming.
    Jeff

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMatt View Post
    If everything works out in time I should have an explosion of little plants from all of my extra roots.
    Perfect timing with the cooler weather coming.
    Jeff
    my thoughts exactly..

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