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#27591 July 10th, 2005 at 11:57 AM
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I am posting this question under the indoor plant section, because I'm not quite sure where it's supposed to go. I got a little 10" False Cypress Christmas tree in a 4" pot. It's been sitting on my kitchen sill ever since. I don't know what to do with it? We have very cold winter's here, so I don't think it would survive the season if I were to plant it outdoors. It's now about 13" high and I've been wondering if putting it in a larger pot will kill it? Should I leave it where it is? I notice the water is running right through, so I've been soaking it in a dish for a bit? Is it too late to fertilize? does anyone know what kind of fertilizer? Somebody, please advice?

#27592 July 15th, 2005 at 10:07 AM
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HI DaisyM the corect name of your plant is Chamaecyparis.here are a few links i found for you on imformatin about your tree.
http://www.botanyworld.com/cupressocyparis.html

http://ww4.bhg.com/bhg/plantfinder/...atedata/bhg/plant/data/Chamaecyparis.xml

http://msucares.com/news/print/sgnews/sg04/sg041216.html
hope theses help.your friend in gardening.mike57

#27593 July 15th, 2005 at 11:42 AM
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Thanks Mike, I'll check it out.


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