China Doll Plants

China Doll Plant- When Do You Repot Them

Anonymous added on July 30, 2011 | Answered

If the China doll plant likes for its roots to be root bound, when would it be advisable to repot it?

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Answered on July 31, 2011

Never repot a plant until it is fully acclimatized to its environment. Also, plants generally don't need to be repotted unless they require watering more frequently than every three days, and then to a pot only 1-2" larger. Over potting frequently leads to over watering, which in turn causes root rot.

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