AUTOPLAY
Transplant A Houseplant
9 steps
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What you’ll need
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Plant That’s Outgrown its Pot
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Trowel
1 of each
New Pot & Saucer
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Shard of Pottery or a Stone
Just enough
Organic Potting Mix
Assess the size of the plant’s root ball. Choose a pot 2” wider in diameter and slightly deeper.
1. Assess the size of the plant’s root ball. Choose a pot 2” wider in diameter and slightly deeper.
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Place the shard over the drain hole, then add potting mix up to about 1/4 of the depth of the pot.
2. Place the shard over the drain hole, then add potting mix up to about 1/4 of the depth of the pot.
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Place the root ball in the new pot and adjust soil depth - if too high, remove some of the new soil.
3. Place the root ball in the new pot and adjust soil depth - if too high, remove some of the new soil.
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Tease out the old roots with the tips of your fingers to promote new growth. Place back in the pot.
4. Tease out the old roots with the tips of your fingers to promote new growth. Place back in the pot.
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Fill in around the edges of the old soil with fresh potting mix up to 1/4” from the pot’s lip.
5. Fill in around the edges of the old soil with fresh potting mix up to 1/4” from the pot’s lip.
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Water the soil to allow it to settle in (top up with more soil if needed).
6. Water the soil to allow it to settle in (top up with more soil if needed).
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Tip: If you’re moving your plant from outdoors to in, spray it down with neem oil to deter critters.
7. Tip: If you’re moving your plant from outdoors to in, spray it down with neem oil to deter critters.
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Watch your plant thrive!
8. Watch your plant thrive!
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Visit us at 252 Franklin St. in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NYC!
9. Visit us at 252 Franklin St. in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NYC!
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