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Many of you are aware of my shifting my garden to another place in the same premises. Today, I removed the Ixora off shoot that was growing near the base of the plant. I cut down carefully the mother root from where this new growth was removed. It has fresh and raw roots [seen here]. In fact, the mother plant was from the same method. I had brought in here from our other premises which we left 10 years ago. It has a lovely red flowers and I do not want to lose it. My only worry is its failure to adjust to the shock. Once it establishes, it will thrive. Have I done the right thing here? The plant is already >18" tall, almost 2' in fact.