Transplanting is the action of extracting a plant from the area where it is growing and planting it in a different place.
It can be from a pot to a garden, from a garden to another, from a garden to a pot, and from one pot to another. In all cases, the action of transplanting is practically the same, with fresh flower fan wreath (พวงหรีดพัดลมดอกไม้สด which is the term in Thai).
Steps to Transplant from One Pot To Another
In this case, the transplant is usually done because: the pot that the plant is in has become too small and we want it to continue growing; We have bought a plant in a nursery and we want to transfer it to our pot; or for simple aesthetic value.
Choose A Suitable Pot
In addition to choosing a pot that we like aesthetically, it is important that its size is adequate, that it allows the plant to grow, and that it has a perforated base, so that excess water does not accumulate in the pot, and can drain quickly.
Land You Have To Choose
The land you choose has to be prepared for transplants. Above all, the most important factors are that it is rich in nutrients and that its granulometry is indicated for the change. In any nursery you can find a multitude of brands that work with special soil to transplant.
Once you have chosen the soil, fill the pot to a little less than half.
The trickiest part of transplanting is removing the plant from the pot it is in. The first thing to keep in mind is that, when we remove it, the root ball (block of earth around the roots) does not crumble, since it is crucial for the plant to withstand the transplant. So that this does not happen, it is best to water the pot thoroughly before removing it, so the earth mass will be more compact.