Correctly Transplant Plants

You have decided to replant your houseplant in a new, more beautiful and suitable pot. Well, you picked up the pot, but what about the soil for transplanting plants? For indoor plants are not suitable conventional soil from the garden. In such soil can be harmful microorganisms, which at room temperature will begin with a high speed multiply. For houseplants is better to buy in specialist shops special blend. Such mixtures are universal and fit virtually all plants, and can be designed for specific plants. For indoor plants suitable turf ground, a mixture containing no land and substrates. Turf ground consists of loam and decomposed sod.

Sod cut and laid sod on the bottom until , then in a turf soil add fertilizer, lime and sand. Mixture containing no ground is made of peat. This compost is more friable and easier to work with this material. Mixture containing no land, rich in many nutrients that will allow you several months to feed your plants. In such a mixture, increasing houseplants for the purchase and recommended transplanting the plant does not change their growing environment..