- Thu Oct 08, 2009 1:26 am
I'd probably wait for dormancy when it gets some rest in order to repot it, if its that bad or its bothering you, I would try to repot it, but don't disturb any roots, in other words, taking the plant out of the pot (along with the soil) and repot it into a nicer pot or something.. then again thats if you can't stand it or if its an emergency or something... So I'd just wait until mid-dormancy or really reallllyyy early Spring in order to disturb the roots and repot them, here's another thing, right after dormancy, if your plant starts producing a flower stalk, cut it off when its about two or three inches so it conserves its energy, you can let it flower next year. (:
Good Luck with the Plants!!
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