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Neofinetia Fugaku and Suikaden

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    I decided to repot 2 of my Neos today. I used a plastic dome and stuck some of the roots into the slots to secure the plant before wrapping it with 5A sphagnum moss. See photos attached.

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    Marissa, those look great! Nice work!

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    Very nicely done. I like to pot my neos the "real" neo way as well, but I haven't ever seen those groovy net/basket thingies to wrap the moss around. I have used a bottle, pulled it out and stuck in some peanuts--those are awesome!

    And I must say your neos look very happy.

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    That looks sweet Marissa! Do those pots have holes in them too?

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    Thanks everybody!!!

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    That looks sweet Marissa! Do those pots have holes in them too?
    Yep, they do have hole on the bottom about the size of a dime.

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    do you think the moss is thick enough to hold moisture during growing season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron-NY View Post
    do you think the moss is thick enough to hold moisture during growing season?
    I may have to put more moss inside the dome instead of the peanuts if they dry too quickly.

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