Is it ok to saw a plant in half so I get two? Yes I know it's out of focus, I didn't check it before potting the plants, I dunno what the camera focused on, but I can't see it in the picture.
Strange way to carry on. Cannot see picture but often plants can be
unpootted the roots divided and replanted separately. Depends very much on
the plant. A visit to your local library, identify the plant and do as the
book of words advises.
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Do they still have local library's Brian and do people still actually
use them (other than for a warm up or to get on the Internet)?
I don't think I've been in a library more than a few times in my life
(and even then they didn't have the workshop manuals I wanted) and
not at all since I had access to the Internet! ;-)
Cheers, T i m
On Monday, 28 November 2016 19:12:51 UTC, James Wilkinson Sword wrote:
focus, I didn't check it before potting the plants, I dunno what the camera
focused on, but I can't see it in the picture.
read the instructions, don't panic: Get a bigger hammer!
You should wet the pot and then turn it upsid down so it falls out but catc
h it on the slide then just pull it apart as many pieces as toy want. Do yo
u know it will survive a cold winter in a pot. Putting it in the ground und
er a little much might offer better frost proofing.
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