Generally, plants are not maintained in larger nursery pots, so they outgrow them. So ideally, what do you do in this situation?
The answer is simple: repotting your plant.
Transferring the plant from one pot to another, usually to a larger size, is a repotting. As the plant grows larger, the roots begin to grow through the drainage holes or become pot bound.
The only viable reason for maintaining a healthy plant is repotting it into a larger pot. Plants are often repotted every 12 to 18 months, depending on plants’ growth.
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Easier said than done. Ask any plant enthusiast their biggest fear, and they’ll tell you it’s their precious plant dying after repotting them.
And we know that’s not what you want. They why should we continue with this process?
Well, you will for sure get the necessity of Repotting in our articles And know about the best season for it with the things to be before, during and after repotting.
The tips on when and how to start will surely prove to be an addition to your skills. With the afterward care mentioned in our article, we are firm that you cannot do wrong with your green companion.
So, do not be stressed out thinking about repotting the plant yourself.
Rest assured you will be doing it correctly. If you have doubts, you can easily find numerous guides in Plants Craze about it.
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