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Posted 2w ago by @sarahsalith

There are 296 (give or take) Dubia growers according to Greg. I need to know what y'all are planning to do when the plant outgrows the board? I've already transferred it once to a 6' plank and I'll run out of space soon! I need some ideas. 😁
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4ft to light, indirect
16” pot with drainage
Last watered 5 days ago
I don’t have one of these but would you be able to just train it to wrap downwards on the plank? πŸ€”πŸ’­
@melaza I've considered that. I've got it wrapped with floral tape to help it adhere to the board. I guess I was not thinking that it would grow so fast.

My other option is to chop and prop. Maybe sell. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ
Ah, the ole chop & prop. This is the reason I’ve been avoiding climbing plants lol I do not have the space to be messing with planks & moss poles! I got a rhaphidophora tetrasperma a month or 2 ago & it’s begging me for some spinal support 😩
@melaza my rhaphidophora tetrasperma has thrived being chopped and propped! But that plant is easier to train to climb than this one.

Chop, Prop, and Etsy, here I come, I guess.
I’ve been chopping and otherwise just letting it trail hahah it grows so fast!! It’s wild.
@Megan I'd love to see a picture of your plants when you get a chance. ☺️ thanks for your comment. You never quite know what a plant is going to do until you have itοΏΌοΏΌ. πŸ˜‚
@sarahsalith sounds like you got some great advise on this. πŸ’•
@KikiGoldblatt yes- when you come by, you can take half. That'll solve my problem! πŸ˜‰

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