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Thread: Replanting Crinum Calamistratum

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    Default Replanting Crinum Calamistratum

    To those in the know,

    I've planted my Crinum in the back of the tank behind a large piece of driftwood thinking eventually, the plant will grow long enough to have the leaves tower over the wood. Due to water flow and other parameters this has turned out NOT to be the case.

    I now find myself wanting to replant this in front of said driftwood but am worried that doing so may retard the plant or worse still, kill it. Is this plant sensitive to such endeavors or is it robust enough to carry on?

    Would love your feedback.

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    I received mine in a express 500g satchel without any protection from impact. I was amazed that it wasnt squashed. Then I qurantined it for 3 months for snails with low light and CO2 in the shed where the temps were very low. Then I re-planted it in a pot with new aquasoil in my display. It has survived this but YMMV.

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    Thanks Rebel.

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