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Dividing Potted Plants

When your plant is getting tight in the pot (or when you purchase a plant like this one), you can easily get more plants by separating into more pots. This will allow room for your plants to grow, or is a great way to give some plants away as gifts.

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You can get more bang for your buck when plant shopping too - find a plant that has grown and fills the entire pot and you can go home and divide!

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February 13, 20200 found this helpful

Keep in mind some houseplants like to be root bound or not have a lot of soil in the pot. It is best to research a plant before transplanting.

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