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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo6 View Post
    hi if you have any spare H.R. plants I would be happy to take them off your hands
    thanks robo
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    Think I'll try growing it in a 12" container if I can find some

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    My dad grew it in an old beer barrel, it can grow very big, a 12" pot might not be big enough Jim

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    Thanks Burnie MeThinks I'll just buy it ifn I need any :-)

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    I bought a couple of thongs (weird name, but there you go) a few years ago in Waitrose of all places. I've seen them in garden centres and also online. They're not that expensive. I think I paid two pounds fifty in Waitrose for two.
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    Wilkos sell them in the spring
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    I've seen "thongs" in the veg section of supermarkets.
    You could try rooting one of those.
    My last house had loads of the stuff galloping round the garden - awful, eyewatering, deep roots, wouldn't have them anywhere my garden now.
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    ^That's why it has to be confined to big pots, old baths, etc.
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