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Re: advice on a monsterous houseplant

Monsteras are easily air layered. However, my suggestion is to place the
rootball (with plant attached) in a bucket of water in the hope that the
soil will eventually fall off of the roots and repot into a larger pot with
a peat perlite based compost. Perhaps one of the commercial root
stimulating products could be used, although that probably is not

Iza Goroff
Whitewater Wisconsin

>The soil mix is grey concrete!  I don't know what was used
>(the plant came with the house), but it looks to me like whoever owned
>this plant before my friend used garden soil.  It is grey and
>impenetrable, I can't even believe that water makes it through this

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