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Re-pot Arum 'Crowborough'?

Cornwall, United Kingdom Gb

Now that my Arum Ethiopicum 'Crowborough' has finished flowering, can I re-pot it, or should I wait until the foliage has died down?

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It should be fine to re-pot it now, just as long as you keep the bulk of the rootball together though if it is pot bound, this shouldn't be a problem. In short, yes is the answer :-)

29 Jun, 2009


Personally I'd wait for the foliage to die down. Just like any bulb it needs feeding from the leaves!

29 Jun, 2009


Back to square one!
Thanks, guys. LoL

29 Jun, 2009


If it's any help, I have re-potted Arum italicum before it died down and it was fine. The roots are typical monocot roots and are thick and fairly robust so should move easily.

29 Jun, 2009

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