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Q.How Can I Replace Soil In My Elderly Plant Pots?

Zone M2N6N3 | Ira Katzin added on October 12, 2021 | Answered

I have a thirty-one year old fully grown Jade and a twenty-five-year-old ponytail. Each has been in their respective pots for some fifteen years. The Jade plant pot weighs in at some 300 pounds and I periodically trim it so it won’t be unruly. The soil has never been replaced but I have fed the plant every other watering day. If I have to replace the soil I would likely break many of the stems. So how do I replace the soil? With regard to the pony-tail, how do I replace the soil or should I? Ira Katzin

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