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Re: advice on a monsterous houseplant

Hi William Perez -- Another thought regarding your monstera. You might ju=
soak the whole pot in a large tub of water to loosen the soil and them wa=
it off and repot. I believe Monsteras are secondary hemi-epiphite which
essentially means that they start on the ground, climb trees, and sever
contact with the ground at times as they clamber through the canopy. <Phi=

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