Question: When do you repot a plant?
Answer: We will repot a plant when the roots are coming out of the holes in the bottom of the grow pot. At that point, the plant is usually looking for more water to offset the amount of leaves it has grown. Lots of plants, however, prefer to have their roots crowded, for example, Dracaenas. And there are some plants that prefer to have lots of room in the soil, like most Palms. Make sure you are doing what is best for your type of plant, use soil that does not contain wood products and don’t damage the root ball. And add a little prayer that it will adjust to the change.
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