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rainbowsprinkles
May 5, 2020 2:09 AM CST
My Dieffenbachia Reflector has produced a new shoot. Do I leave it in the pot or should it be separated out? Which is best for the plant? It feels kinda crowded in the pot already (leaf wise)


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oneeyeluke
May 5, 2020 11:59 AM CST
If your plant is happy now, I would just wait, because if you disturb the plant to get the pup then the bigger plant will suffer. Right now the plant and the pup are happy together. In the future when you pot is full of pups then it would be worth doing a division on them all.
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rainbowsprinkles
May 7, 2020 1:41 AM CST
oneeyeluke said:If your plant is happy now, I would just wait, because if you disturb the plant to get the pup then the bigger plant will suffer. Right now the plant and the pup are happy together. In the future when you pot is full of pups then it would be worth doing a division on them all.


Perfect, thank you, Luke!

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