Philly J Posted March 21, 2021 Report Share Posted March 21, 2021 When I did my W.Robusta repotting, I decided it was time to separate the two biggest from this bunch in hopes of making them trunk at some point. I put each of them in terracotta and in the same mix: Leca bottom, half perlite half coir, leca top. Here’s hoping they don’t go into too much of a shock. I didn’t have to rip any of the major roots from each of my big guys, took my time to separate them and if there were any rips it was from the smaller clump (which also got repotted but if that dies of shock I’m not as concerned, I want these two beauties to trunk though in a pot, which I don’t see very often). I will have to get some support for the tallest fronds I think, before they relied on their smaller clumping brothers. I have a steady obviously increased watering and feeding schedule going with my other terra/soiless palms but it’s working out, so crossing my fingers that these dypsis respond on the same way. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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