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Old 10-16-2021, 07:57 PM
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Short, maybe silly question… is there a particular time of year when they start new growth? Like roots? I don’t want to research if someone knows. Lazy question… asking for a friend.
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I haven't noticed any particular season. Mine pop out a new growth when they feel like it, can happen any time.
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I've only had them for maybe five or six years, and so far it seems pretty irregular. Thus the question. One needs to be repotted sooner or later, and was looking for a good time since they don't care for it. Guess I'll just go for it on my schedule.
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I’d say to still wait for a new growth
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