Looking fab! Coincidentally I was just looking at mine and thinking of doing the same but it will be quite a task... it's very old and over a meter high. Do they separate easily or is it a job for the bread knife?! 🤔
It's interesting.. as a child who grew up when these were derided as mere mother in laws tongue ....that they are now so popular, I love them and they are excellent air purifiers as backed up by NASA 👍 @hayleyaj
Yes me too! Such an uncool plant over the years! But with the rise in succulent popularity, they are back with a vengeance! And now I can see why. I've read about many plants that are fab for the home for air quality, I have Peace Lily's, had a huge one and divided it and now they are everywhere! But defiantly having some of these next year as they look so great too! 👍🏻
Look forward to seeing yours in situ Hayley 🙂 it great that houseplants of all types are back in vogue, especially among the younger generations, I'm really hoping it will spawn a new crowd of horticulturalists 🤞 sadly I've never had any luck with peace Lily's ...so if I try again I know who to go to for advice 🤔 @hayleyaj
@lesliecole49 I didn’t add much helpful just general encouragement to not be frightened by it as they are very robust. I’ve just used my hands to separate the ‘pup’ from the established plant. You can be very assertive with them .
Hi Jacqueline I got some fab advice from @opiewan on this .. I split by pulling apart by hand ... but I can't see a reason not to resort to the bread knife if resistant , as long as you keep a decent amount of root attached 🙂👍 @awomanonabike I posted some before during ad after pics a couple of weeks ago 😊