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    I just bought a green dragon double plant option, and it came today! They are really really cool. THey have about 17 (together), but they are in a kinda small pot. THey seem kinda crowded, so I was wondering. Could I replant them in a different pot, or are they fine the way they are. Jus wondering. ThanX in advance !! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Hi. I bought a double plant Green Dragon about 2 months ago. I probably have 20 traps with both plants. It looks absolutely awesome!! I really don`t think they need to be seperated. My plants are showing no signs of being overcrowed. All together I have 3 double plant Green Dragons, a double Dente and a double Typical. Thats a lot of traps on my windowsill and they look great.
    John Milford CT

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    I have the same thing... I havn't even considered repoting. This is how the plants grow in the wild more or less anyway! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] Good luck with your new plants!

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    They are ok.

    The plants get really no vaule from the soil ( other than pulling up water ).

    If you wanted to repot, I would wait until next year. The plants are in the middle of its grow season, so re-planting it will be harmful.

    Plus, they just look cool with tons of traps in a pot.

    If you decide to repot, go to a 4 inch pot. Nothing bigger.

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