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Original Message Leggy Diff

I guess the first question I would ask is if you fertilize and water and how much of each. Next would be to say that as plants get taller they can get thinner and leggier, especially if light-deprived. If you are not supplementing the light that long Wisconsin winters lack, that may contribute to what may be a combination of factors affecting the plant. Lastly, could the plant be rootbound and need repotting into a larger container with fresh soil?

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