I have two pots that are just loaded with these plants. I'm needing/wanting to make more pots of them, can I use my old potting soil that I grew vegetables in to transplant them? The soil was fertilized 3 to 4 times during Summer.
You could sell them - displaying the sign - rare plant which gives out oxygen at night. A cheap organic purifier! Trust me - you really could make money out of them.To give an idea how hardy these plants are I dug up dozens of them and threw them in my junk pile behind my workshop. The next year I found that not only had most of them lived but there were hundreds of small plants growing among them.
That all depends on how big a fire you have and you can't use a plastic container over a fire. The outside temperature or sunshine doesn't matter. Some folks do smaller amounts of soil in their kitchen oven.How long will it take in full sun when it's 50 to 60 degrees out? The dirt I'd be using has already been outside in a 25 gallon round water (plastic) container. Could I just skim top layer off and do the rest?
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