When deemed necessary:
- When the plant roots develop above the soil surface.
- When the plant turn yellow and begin to dry out from the outside inward.
- If the plant foliage than a diameter of the volume of the pot.
In which periods indicated:
Primarily, when no extreme climatic conditions (autumn and late winter). At the time, that is, there is no moisture in the soil and the environment, but when the activity in the aboveground part of the plant is reduced. Sometimes, however, changing a pot can be done in the spring or summer, even if the plant is experiencing a flowering period. In this case, watering should be frequent.
What you will need:
- Pot (should be 1-2 times the original)
- Humus (appropriate for each plant category)
- Drainage material (pumice or gravel or broken tiles, which drop to the bottom of the pot before the soil)
- A piece of cloth
What is the process?
1. Picking a transplanting pot with drainage hole in the bottom. If you use much more, the plant will give priority to the development of the root system at the expense of vegetation. Using ceramic, you should leave in the water for a day, but if the pot is used should be cleaned with a stiff brush.
2. Select the appropriate mold for each plant category (indoor, cacti, fruit trees, vegetables, conifers, oxyfylla).
3. Take an old piece of cloth and using a pair of scissors to cut into shaped to fit perfectly on the base of the pot.
4. Put a layer of pumice, pebbles or broken tiles on the bottom, so as to drain the water.
5. Cut another piece and place it above the pumice, pebbles or broken tiles, to hold the soil of the planter.
6. Stir in the mold in an amount that allows the plant to be transplanted to be placed together with the soil are restrain radicals from the preceding plant pot.
7. Take the original pot, keep it very carefully from the base and slightly hit the rim to detach the dirt. You can ring the spout on a bench or press with a pencil the soil from the hole on the bottom of. You can, alternatively, break the pot or cut it with scissors if plastic.
8. Place the plant in the center of the new pot and add gravel to fill. Caution, do not press the ball of soil the plant is transplanted.
9. Fill humus regional plant and squeeze gently with hands to properly position the plant.
10. Add some soil and even watering. After the first watering, the soil level will come down. So fill again.
11. Select the location where you will place the new pot by putting down a saucer.
12. well watered until they come out at the plate a little water.
13. Allow the plant 5 to 10 days in a shady place sprinkling its leaves if they started to wilt.