1. Time of pot division: It is suggested to divide the pot after flowering, usually between April and October, but it is better not to do it again between June and August. The temperature is too high and the plant is in the dormant stage, so it is difficult to recover.It is suggested to do it between April and May.
2. Selection of pot soil: The flowerpot should be made of a material with good permeability, such as a ceramic pot.Soil with sandy loam on the line, it is best to add a proper amount of bone meal or organic fertilizer at the bottom, improve nutrients, promote growth.
3. Replacing steps: Carefully loosen the soil first, and be careful not to damage the root system.Gently dig out the plant and remove the soil.After that, some old roots, dead roots and rotten roots are cut off, disinfected and dried after pruning, and then they can be potted.When potting, spread out its root system, and gently compact the surrounding soil after treatment.
4, late maintenance: After the completion of the pot, it should be watered once, so that the pot soil and plants are wet.Then move to a ventilated and no light place to let it slowly, about a week can resume growth, and then normal management.
How long it takes to root after potting depends on the method of potting and later maintenance. Under normal circumstances, new roots can grow in about half a month.But if the environment is not suitable or the method is not right, the rooting time will be prolonged.