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RE: now what to do with this plant- was link to id plant-

Jim, Theresa, or anyone,

How much water can that plant take? Thinking of soaking the --hum, it
ain't soil, but whatever they have it in-- and try to free this plant
from its rock hard conditions. The tag says to water every other day,
but then again, it only says it is a bonsai, doesn't tell you what plant
and I am sure it is a generic label.

What type of soil would it like? Does it like that type and I should
leave it alone? Somehow I just can't imagine anything living in it.

And yes Kitty, it is probably the same planting you saw at Lowes,
although I do not know where it was purchased from.

Will check in later, got to get to work....:(

> King sago, I'd guess. Maybe a queen sago. A bit hard to tell without
> actually seeing/touching it at that age.

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