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  1. LauraS

    LauraS Apprentice Gardener

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    I have these pretty little things that my little boy has been caring for. They've grown quite well since we first bought them but not sure what we should do now. We don't even know what they are. Should we repot them together?
     

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    Be a shame to take it out of thait Badger pot holder :biggrin:
     
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    Lol I'm sure he'll find something to plant in its place.
     
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    Tee hee :biggrin:

    Have a look to see if the roots are coming out the bottom of the pot, if not then they'll be ok till next year I should think. Don't water them much over winter :spinning:
     
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    No roots showing so they're good to stay. Another worry is that the plants on either side are getting really tall. We put some sticks alongside them so that they don't fall over. Do you know if they're likely to get bigger? Or even if it's possible to make babies so there's a bunch supporting each other?
     
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    All three look like Crassulas but variety names may vary, as with all succulents, water sparingly in Summer and hardly at all in Winter, they look fine in the pots they are in now.
     
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