Repotting Adenium: Very good!!!

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Repotting Adenium

By Dutchlady1
August 4, 2012

When repotting an Adenium, raise the plant an inch (or more depending on size) from its previous height, to help the caudex develop. Cut off any of the tiny roots that are above the (new) surface with a sharp knife, and dust the cuts with cinnamon to prevent rot.

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Name: Charleen
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Aug 4, 2012 10:59 AM CST
It is so pretty sitting there with it's cinnamon tan. Nice looking Caudex too....
Name: Robert B
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Aug 4, 2012 10:22 PM CST
Thanks for the cinnamon tip on adeniums! I had never heard that until I came here! I tip my hat to you.

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