Let's plant houseplants!
Houseplants that enjoy greenery are native to tropical and subtropical regions. The growing season begins in late May and around June when it gets warmer. During the growing season, it actively stretches new leaves and roots and grows steadily. During this time of the year when foliage plants are easy to spend, if the pot is small and there is not enough space for the roots to grow, they will not be able to grow well. The sprouts are likely to drop leaves and cause water shortage. In addition, it is easy to run out of fertilizer, which can cause leaves to fall off and the color to fade.
Repotting can be done at any time during the warmer months from late May to September, but in order for the new pots to grow strong roots, try to do so in June if possible. . It is recommended to increase the size once or twice every 2 to 3 years.
If it grows well in a small tabletop pot or in a place where it is placed, it is better to repot it as soon as possible, once every 1 to 2 years. By repotting, you can promote growth and grow firmly during the growing season. A lot of new leaves and branches grow thicker and the stock looks better. It is also very important for building physical strength to survive the winter.
If you haven't repotted the tree 2 to 3 years after purchase, the number of leaves may decrease or the tree may not look as healthy as it did when you bought it. These symptoms are often caused by clogged roots and can be improved by repotting.
Please replant regularly to grow strong and cherish the foliage plants.
Materials: Culture soil for foliage plants, pot bottom stone, pot bottom net, slow-release fertilizer for foliage plants
When the roots are coming out of the bottom of the pot, the inside of the pot is full of roots. It's a sign of planting. Repot early in warm weather
If the pot becomes narrow and there is no place for the roots to go, fine roots will come out to the surface. Since it is easy to cause water shortage, let's replant it in a pot that is one size larger.
Give slow-release fertilizer after replanting and water plenty to grow firmly during the growing season.