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This topic has been much discussed in Bonsai circles producing a wide variety of opinions. The goal is to have something with very sharp drainage but at the same time to hold enough nutrient-carrying moisture to keep the Bonsai growing comfortably without excess. A material such as turface, used on playing fields so that in rain downpours the surface ...


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Get it out of the pot and carefully remove some of the compost. It should be obvious if the stems all join together underground, or if each stem has its own roots (which will all be tangled up together as they grew out into the pot). If the stems have separate roots, there should be no problem in separating it into three plants. Just try to do the minimum ...


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You rescued it by pulling it out of the water! Good instinct! I have been keeping Plumeria in Dallas area for several decades and have about 42 semi-dormant Plumeria in my heated garage right now, 12 are trees (Temps below 42 can kill them). There are times when you will want to take cuttings from your tree when it gets big and this is a pretty good video ...


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