Succulents, renowned for their resilience and charm, require proper care to flourish. Repotting is a vital part of their care routine, offering them the space and ideal conditions they need for growth.
Ready to embark on this succulent adventure? Discover why and how to repot your beloved plants and witness their transformation. Let's dive in!
When to Repot Succulents
1. When you received new arrival succulents
Repotting new arrival succulents will help you inspect the roots of the plants, also give you a chance to get them in a more suitable pot and potting cactus soil mix to keep growing.
2. When your succulents look unhealthy even you offer them adequate light and water
If you plant your succulents in right location with right watering frequency, but they look unhealthy. It's time for you to repot your succulents and inspect if the potting soil retain too much water or too dry. Getting them out and into a more well drainage cactus soil mix will ensure its long-term health.
3. When your succulents grow faster and the original pot can't hold them
When succulents become root bound when they outgrow the container they are in. The plant's root system become tangled and you can see the container can't offer enough space for them to grow stronger. This is a good time to repot succulents into a large pot.
Now, we all know repotting succulents is significant.
How to repot succulents
What you need to prepare:
Let's start it!
1. Carefully remove the succulent from its original pot.
2. Remove the potting soil from the roots by gently rinsing them.
3. Trim carefully to remove any sick or dead roots.
4. Fill 3/4 of the pot with new potting mix.
5. Dig a shallow hole for the roots and add more soil to cover them.
6. Add a layer of rocks on top of soil to decorate the succulent. Done!
7. Place the potted succulent in an airy location and water it after one week.( Succulent needs time to get stabilize in new soil.)
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