Repotting my opuntia cactus

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phil1984
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Repotting my opuntia cactus

Post by phil1984 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:25 pm

Hi guys, long time no see! I've just repotted my opuntia engelmanii. They look healthy, hope they grow a bit quicker now got nice clean soil [WHITE SMILING FACE]Image

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Re: Repotting my opuntia cactus

Post by rodsmith » Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:55 am

Nice work, Phil. It does look as though they are rather over-potted though. Be careful with the watering, it won't need to be very frequent with so much spare space in the pots.
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Re: My opuntia engelmanii

Post by phil1984 » Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:38 pm

rodsmith wrote:Nice work, Phil. It does look as though they are rather over-potted though. Be careful with the watering, it won't need to be very frequent with so much spare space in the pots.
Thanks rod, they seem to have grown since repotting, they seem to like there new pots[WHITE SMILING FACE] I've only been watering when been really dry. ImageImage

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