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By Motinot

down, Ireland Ie

I kept this plant in a cold frame during the winter (on its side)...I realise now it needed more protection than this...so i divided it, removed all the rotten leaves and potted it up in gritty compost.like this....Do you think it will survive?...some of the leaves are a bit shriveled, but i have taken it indoors...:<(


On plant Aeonium

Birdies...31st_jan..._10_004

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If there are any unfrozen leaves let them rest on the top of a potful of sand in a warm well lit windowsill They need to stay dry but keep the sand moist and new plants may arise. If the stems are undamaged then new shoots should appear. I have lost several this year, but keep a reserve on bedroom windowsill.

31 Jan, 2010

 

Thanks very much Poaannua...I put a pic up...dont know where it went....Oh! there it is......:>)

1 Feb, 2010

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