It’s fall already! Colorful leaves, crisp air, blankets, coffee… And a bit of work in the garden to prepare for the cold months and guarantee a lovely spring.
Repotting is a “traumatic episode” for a plant, but it is essential for its growth and development. If we have already decided that our houseplant needs repotting, we will have to be veeeery careful not to damage it more than necessary.
Repotting is a “traumatic experience” for most plants, but if done at the right time and in the right way, it will have a very positive influence in the plant growth and vigour. Sooner or later, all plants require a change of substrate. A simple rule of thumb could be that all plants that are “comfortable” where they are located and growing require repotting every year or two. Some species grow faster than others and the environmental conditions influence as well. It is highly recommendable to investigate the particular biology of our plant and observe how it grows and looks.