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Questions About Urn Plants

Asked by
Marcy on
February 21, 2014

Q. Is it better to keep Urn plants in pots rather than the ground

The pot that my Urn plant is in is getting full. When I got it, there was one plant, now there are 3 mature plants and one 3 inch fingerling – pup. How do I separate and can they be planted directly in the ground or do they need to stay in pots?

Answered by
Heather on
February 24, 2014
Certified Expert
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This video will demonstrate how to separate the pups:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0u4gFgvcb_8

You're in zone 9. Most urn plants are only hardy to zone 10. So they likely would not survive year round where you will if planted in the ground.

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Anonymous on
July 4, 2015

Q. urn plant

I have an urn plant that leaves are about a foot and a half and I’m reading I should be getting a flower. But my question is, I have 3 urns connected and would like to separate them to have 3 different plants; can I?

Answered by
Downtoearthdigs on
July 5, 2015
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I have an urn plant that leaves are about a foot and a half and I’m reading I should be getting a flower? But my question is, I have 3 urns connected and would like to separate them to have 3 different plants, can I? Thank u

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