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Hi Ann,

     In The Pacific Northwest  of USA  there is  a growing trend to
transplant PCI's in the spring as many growing them are experiencing lots of
loss moving them in the autumn. It is recommended to move them when the new
roots start showing activity, so if that is now for your area- great. Sure
hope both you and your sister enjoy a lovely plant.

      Just in case you don't know both DS and E were introduced in 1984 by J
Ghio both come from Wild Party as the pod parent.

Rita B
40 miles south of Seattle Wa
very wet today

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