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Trachycarpus seedling transplant?

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SilverDragon

Hello all,

I found a gorgeous little baby at a specialty greenhouse near me. Should I transplant since her little roots are poking through?

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Allen

Probably wouldn't hurt.  Congrats!  Or wait till warmer weather if you're planting it in ground?

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gtsteve

I would be slicing that pot to ribbons with a box cutter and going up a size.

A lot of successful (I was going to say pot growers) palm growers who use pots, advocate 'a smaller pot is usually better.'  

Even if it didn't need a bigger pot, I find them difficult to position and manage with the roots vulnerable like that. 

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