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Old 07-02-2020, 12:21 PM
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I grow all Cymbs in semi-hydro, and they love it. Biggest is in a 13 gallon trash can, but it's a huge Cymb to begin with (bulbs are almost my fist size).

I find it easier to repot and divide using LECA, rather than bark.
That has to go in and out fall and spring?
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That has to go in and out fall and spring?
only until she gets her greenhouse
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Yes, down to Batcave in basement. But it really isn’t that heavy. I have a couple of hanging plants that are much, much heavier.

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