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  Re: Philodendron aerial roots
From: plantnut at shadow.net (Dewey Fisk) on 1997.11.14 at 15:35:14(1618)
>Awhile back I wrote about Philodenron "Xanadu" and
>all the aerial roots that it was producing.
>
>Question: when I divide and repot this thing, what
>should I do with these roots? I shouldn't bury
>them, should I? Snip them off?

Sue,
Think about the purpose of roots.... to provide nurishment to the plant...
If I were you, I would do my best to cram them in the pot. If you soak
them in water for a couple of hours, they will become more pliable... Cut
them if absolutely necessary only....
Dewey

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