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Air plants and succulents, aloe Vera, Sansevieria and house plants @ Lidl instore from the 16th Jan
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Got some of these last time, if you immediately pot them on in a mix of compost and grit, they'll grow to about 3x the size by next year.

Some don't take kindly to being in a greenhouse over winter though.
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Got some of these last time, if you immediately pot them on in a mix of compost and grit, they'll grow to about 3x the size by next year.

Some don't take kindly to being in a greenhouse over winter though.
Roger_Irrelevant09/01/2020 13:52

Got some of these last time, if you immediately pot them on in a mix of …Got some of these last time, if you immediately pot them on in a mix of compost and grit, they'll grow to about 3x the size by next year.Some don't take kindly to being in a greenhouse over winter though.


Is that back into the original pots or something bigger?
b1g1an10/01/2020 10:38

Is that back into the original pots or something bigger?


Something bigger (I used the 4" square ones you buy plants in).

If they're like the ones last year they'll be dry as a bone; Tease the loose material off from around the roots, then put in a mix of roughly 50% compost/horticultural grit. Pack down and top off with a layer of just grit. Leave for two weeks then start watering occasionally.

Don't put them straight out, they'll probably need hardening off. I'll post pics of mine when I next visit greenhouse.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 10th Jan
Roger_Irrelevant10/01/2020 14:59

Something bigger (I used the 4" square ones you buy plants in).If they're …Something bigger (I used the 4" square ones you buy plants in).If they're like the ones last year they'll be dry as a bone; Tease the loose material off from around the roots, then put in a mix of roughly 50% compost/horticultural grit. Pack down and top off with a layer of just grit. Leave for two weeks then start watering occasionally.Don't put them straight out, they'll probably need hardening off. I'll post pics of mine when I next visit greenhouse.


Thank you.
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