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Monday, November 15, 2010
Repotting, repotting, repotting
I am still praying that the branch I cut from my Grandmother's Kenanga will take root. Those beautiful flowers and gorgeous scent haunt me in the garden. Bik seems hopeful, I am not so sure.
Meanwhile, I have been busy transfering and repotting my giant keladi and other plants.
This type in particular, I managed to repot in five pots. Their roots looked too cramped in their earlier pots, hampering a lovely display.
Here are easy plants to repot that even a child can handle. By the way, Inas and I attended a re-potting session at the lake Club some years back. Lovely experience - getting children to be involved in the garden.
A living inheritance from generation to generation.