Updated: Nov 19, 2020
To encourage continued growth and root health, it is important to understand when and how to repot your plants. Follow this simple guide to repot your plants!
When to repot?
It is time to repot your plants when the roots are coming out the drainage hole or the plant is drying out faster than usual.
What you will need:
Root bound plant
Used dryer sheet
Small shovel or your hands
Step by Step:
1. Begin by selecting a pot that is 2 inches bigger than the current.
2. If the pot has a drainage whole add a used dryer sheet to the bottom of the new pot. This will prevent soil from coming out of the drainage holes.
3. Next, add a layer of fresh new soil to the new pot however, make sure to leave enough space for the plant.
4. After that prepare the plant by turning the plant sideways and squeezing the plastic pot.
5. Once the plant is out center it in the new pot and fill the sides of the plant with soil. Lightly pack the soil to remove any air pockets.
6. Thoroughly water the plant until water comes out of the drainage holes and you are done!