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gingerLS
Boulder City, NV

May 23, 2010
11:08 AM

Post #7819936

I purchased a large Aeonium tabuliforme from a local nursery. It is still in the nursery pot, but has gotten very crowded - and likely root bound, too. How do I divide/transplant this beautiful plant without completing messing it up?

palmbob

palmbob
Acton, CA
(Zone 8b)


May 23, 2010
3:59 PM

Post #7820701

Being root bound is not normally a problem for Aeoniums, but you still might repot it just to look at the roots and under the leaves as this one is prone to bugs. I have not had much luck with this species so not a good one for advice otherwise.

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