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Miltassia grows new leaf ?

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    That is a new growth. In time it will grow it's own roots and will look like the large p-bulb with leaves it's attached to. Good job!

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    Thanks Connie, should I repot to larger pot or just leave it like that.
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    WOW Darren you must be doing something right! Your plant is getting bigger! A new growth is always exciting!

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    Hey Darren, let it grow just like it is. No need to repot.

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    Yes Margo i bought this plant 3 weeks ago hope to see their blooms soon

    Thanks Bruce, i will leave it like that

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