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by tony on November 18, 2005 01:30 PM
Hello,
I am a new member and I have a question...
I am a novice gardener. Beginning this most recent summer, I started growing some Avocado trees - thanks to a posting made by a member on this site. Currently I have 5 that are approx 12 - 24 inches tall (some I pinched back and some I let grow to compare the results). Anyway, the 6 in. pots I started them in are no longer doing the trick. Their roots have gotten pretty full. My question is, though I read the repotting should be done in the spring, would it hurt to go ahead and repot at this time? Will it hurt the plant to remain in the 6 in. pot until next spring? Thank you to anyone who can help answer my questions...
by mrsmessy on November 30, 2005 06:15 AM
welcome to the forum and sorry you didn't get an answer to your post - all I know about Avocados is that they taste good. Just couldn't stand to see that 0 response sitting there any longer so I thought I would throw in my unsolicited info.

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by weezie13 on November 30, 2005 07:25 AM
Here's some info found on our forums..

Avocado growing info

And Welcome Tony by the way...

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