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Dorset, England
Camilla1991
Apr 17, 2018 6:08 AM CST
I repotted this a month ago and I am already seeing roots coming from the bottom of the pot. Surely this doesn't need repotting already? 😂
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WillC
Apr 17, 2018 8:58 AM CST
In good conditions, Monsteras are fast growers and can need regular repotting. Visible roots are not a good indicator of a plant needing repotting. Water your Monstera thoroughly and if it can go 3 days or more before needing water again, then there is enough soil and it does not need a bigger pot.
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Dorset, England
Camilla1991
May 8, 2018 8:40 AM CST
I thought I would share some progress. I have a new leaf, and it came out just fine this time and it is HUGE! Do the wrinkles on the back of the leaf indicate that this is a true Monstera, and not of the borsigiana variety? Thank you 😊
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