Introduction: Transplant Your Pot!
In this instructable I will teach you how to properly transplant your plants when they are ready to move from a smaller pot or the ground to a bigger or permanent pot safely and undamaged.
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Step 1: Gather Materials
For me, all I needed was a bigger pot some soil which I had already and a shovel and some pebbles or small rocks.
Step 2: Fill Up and Transfer!
So what I usually do first with his what works best for me gather a bunch of pebbles or small rocks enough to cover the bottom of your pot by doing this it gives more airflow on the bottom for the water to drain properly and get oxygen like it needs. Once the pebbles are in go ahead and fill up the pot to the top with soil
Step 3: Tricky Part
here is the tricky part my friends, first you want to make a hole in the center of the pot where you're going to put your plant. Next you want to get your plant and place fingers between stock as if it were a cigarette carefully move the plant out words try not to stunt its growth or put it in shock. You want the soil a little bit moist when transplanting
Step 4: Settle the Girls Down!
After you have successfully transplanted your plant into the other pot you want to add a small amount more of soil and lightly compact the top down not too tight where it can't breathe. Add about 1 gallon of water to keep the plants moist and set in your permanent spot and wait for your meds to appear. Hope this helps enjoy and good day!!