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Marojejya darianii repotting operation


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My darianii needed repotting I have had it permanently sitting in a bucket of water on top of another pot just above the container bottom so it can permanently drink and the roots went intro hydroponic mode whatever it was it seems to have worked so it was time to repot it iam pretty sure it will survive the trauma I did give it some kelp extract directly after repotting just to help with the vitamin B for stress relief they are so rare in my area and difficult to obtain I would purchase one thousand seeds if I could 

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Looking beautiful. I have started growing a number of palms in their pots sitting in a kiddy pool full of rainwater. They all seem to enjoy it and I don’t have to worry about missing a watering. The only downside is the crazy root growth like you have shown.

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1 hour ago, Hurricanepalms said:

Looking beautiful. I have started growing a number of palms in their pots sitting in a kiddy pool full of rainwater. They all seem to enjoy it and I don’t have to worry about missing a watering. The only downside is the crazy root growth like you have shown.

Yes it’s a great idea I just remove them in winter in my area it’s to cold for tropical palms to sit in cold water but apart from that it seems to work 

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