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Best Way to Separate Livistona chinensis

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I recently bought a Livistona chinensis and decided that I wanted to separate the 5 palms each and just have 5 specimens that I can plant all separately. What would be the best way to do this while keeping all the palms alive?


Edited by General Sylvester D. Palm
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I take them out of the pot and wash all the soil off with a hose, then carefully untangle the roots. 

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