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From the Women’s Auxiliary
Easter is in the air, the warm temperatures and soothing rain have been awakening mother nature, and it’s time to start thinking about plants.
Fruit or flowers? Vines or vegetables? So much good stuff to choose from. But first, I will be focusing on my indoor plants, who have long outgrown their pots of two years (Yes, I was lazy last year, and did not repot as I should have).
Here are some pieces of advice for replanting indoor greenery:
Signs that you need to re-pot:
- The roots are growing out of the drainage holes.
- Water is sitting on the top and not absorbing.
- The soil is dried out or looks like it is disintegrating.
- It’s been years since you repotted it. (That’s me!)
After you re-pot:
- Water frequently. Your plant will need a little extra water as it adjusts.
- Keep away from full sunlight as it will be more sensitive during this period.
- Hold off on fertilizing for about a month.