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Q.Mother in Law Tongue Flowers

Dilsmore added on May 24, 2011 | Answered

I have a Mother-in-Law tongue that is 41 years old and it is flowering for the first time! Does this mean I need to repot it again, as it has 20 plants in the pot now? The leaves of some of the plants are 4 foot tall and it looks very healthy.

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Answered on May 26, 2011

No, you do not need to repot it. The flower just means the plant has reached flowering maturity, which for this plant can take decades. Congratulations on keep the plant alive and cared for for so long!

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