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Old 11-16-2018, 01:58 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with the telanthera cardinalis? Iv noticed itís got what looks like roots growin in random spots up the stem an everywhere. Is that normal?
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Old 11-16-2018, 04:14 PM   #2
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Anyone have any experience with the telanthera cardinalis? Iv noticed itís got what looks like roots growin in random spots up the stem an everywhere. Is that normal?
Yes that is normal, you can trim them off if you want or leave them be.
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Yes that is normal, you can trim them off if you want or leave them be.


Ok so whenever it gets long enough to trim down I can cut an replant elsewhere?
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Ok so whenever it gets long enough to trim down I can cut an replant elsewhere?
Yes.

You can also trim off the roots and leave the rest of the plant if you would like.
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You can also trim off the roots and leave the rest of the plant if you would like.


Nice I did not know that, so pretty much any trimmings from this can be replanted thatís awesome atleast until I have to much in my tank lol
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Nice I did not know that, so pretty much any trimmings from this can be replanted thatís awesome atleast until I have to much in my tank lol
Cut the plant stem about half way up, plant the top portion and leave the bottom portion, it will sprout a new stem while the top piece will continue to grow.
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Cut the plant stem about half way up, plant the top portion and leave the bottom portion, it will sprout a new stem while the top piece will continue to grow.


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