- Mon Jan 18, 2021 2:23 pm
Repotting often shocks a plant, it's just something that doesn't happen naturally. You can minimise the shock by not removing the existing medium around the roots, which if the plant is in its growing phase, is desirable so the plant doesn't have to redirect its resources.
Judging by the label in the first picture (a nice looking plant there by the way) I assume you are in Australia in which case you are in the growing season, which again is not an ideal time to repot if you are exposing the roots.
The medium also seems dry for a growing plant's requirements. You say it's a coir medium, did you test it to see if it was OK? some coir can carry salt. Other than that do you intend to keep it indoors or outdoors?
In theory, keep it wet and in good conditions, it will recover, but in answer to your question yes you have shocked the plant.