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repotting kalanchoe blossfeldiana...

Posted by woollady z8 CA (My Page) on
Sun, May 26, 13 at 16:29

hi everyone,i have 2 huge kalanchoes in real large pots.i need to do something for them,as the soil level has really dropped over the last couple of years.what is the best or easiest way to repot them?im afraid alot of the leaves will be broken off in repot.any advice you give will be appreciated.thank you


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RE: repotting kalanchoe blossfeldiana...

Have new pot(s) & soil ready for the transplant (use well-draining soil mix). Lift carefully (if very large, have someone help you) out of old pot. Knock off old soil-try not to damage roots much. Place in new containers (or old). Pour new soil around roots & then pack in lightly. Water in soil to help settle (gets rid of air pockets too). Don't water again till dry. Not sure what kind of advice you're looking for~this is more or less basic. Without seeing photo of plant in question, this is as good as it gets from me. =) Good luck!


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