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Q.Should I Transplant New Growth On Citronella That I Brought Indoors For Winter?

Zone zone 5-6 | lisah1065 added on March 20, 2023 | Answered

Several new plants are coming up in the big pot.

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Answered on March 20, 2023

That is up to you! If you would like to spread them, they spread by division, very quickly.

You can accomplish this by layering, and burying a longer stem into the soil until it has grown roots at a node. Once this is done, you can cut the new plant and spread them wherever you would like!

Be advised that they are NOT cold hardy, and will require quite a bit of light in order to reduce the potential for stretching.

Here are some articles that will help:



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