*originally I posted this without the question, then it seemed too good not to ask*
I've had plants for over a decade. I got my first ones in my first college apartment (or was it my dorm?). Obviously when you are first venturing out on your own is the absolute best time to add the responsibility of life into the mix 🤦🏽.
Anywho, many years, apartments, jobs, houses, kids, etc. later I am settled and things are looking up (big shout out to #greg for making me get cocky about things, too).
At some point I was told "you don't need to repot your plant until it stops putting out new growth for a while." PERFECT, one less thing I needed to think about until it was obvious.
Well, here I am going through my collection and repotting some for the first time in 6, 7, 8 years 😳. Some have been ok, some (like the one below) needed it years ago.
So, what was the worst plant advice someone gave you?
PS I will say that the plus side is I am pretty sure I would need an entire house for just my plants if they had been properly tended to and allowed to grow in the best conditions for so many years. #repotseason#plantadvice#asparagusfern