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Caladium: Elephant Ear Plant

Posted 2185 days ago

My plant has out grown its pot. It also has a very long "trunk" from where I have cut off old leaves. I would like to get rid of the long trunk as the top keeps growing more and more leaves. Is it possible to slice some of this trunk off and put the plant with its shorter trunk into another pot? And can I use what I cut off and get more plants out of it? A couple of leaves also have some white cotton wooley sticky stuff at the back. What can I use for that? Thank you.



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RE: Caladium: Elephant Ear Plant

Posted 2183 days ago

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