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Beginner Gardening Questions: My pencil plant seems to be rootbound; should I repot it?

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Skyfrog
Loma Linda, CA

May 12, 2012
2:59 PM

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I tried to poke a hole in the dirt around my at least 10-yr-old pencil plant to add a fertilizer stick, and could not--seems to be all roots, no dirt. It's in a 10" diameter by 12" tall pot, about 7 feet tall with a 3 foot offshoot. Should I repot it?

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