Repotting indoor plants

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Old 03-30-03, 09:47 AM
Lee Wank
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I need some advice on is their a good time to replant indoor plants. Everytime I do they die. I just did a few last weekend and they went from healthy looking to pitiful
 
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Old 03-31-03, 06:43 PM
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Potting Times

Hi Lee Wank!
Welcome to the DIY Gardening Forum! Its funny that you should ask this question at this time, because Paul James just did a segment on Gardening By The Yard on repotting house plants on Saturday. He said that the best time to repot a plant is just as the plant is going to come out of it's dormant period. This time of year right now would be perfect. Of course, this can be done any time of year, but now would be the best. Remember as well that once you have repotted your plant, give it a thorough watering so it can get established in its new home.

Did you also water the plant before you took it out of the original pot? That would be a good idea as well.
 
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