I have a diplodenia in a 10 inch clay pot...this was planted last spring, over wintered indoors, and brought back out the first of spring in Oklahoma, I think is zone 7...... How will I know when it is time to put in a bigger pot? It is beginning to bloom now so I'm not sure if I should bother it..please help! Thank you,
When to Repot a Diplodenia Plant
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If the roots are filling the entire bottom of the pot or even poking out from the pots drainage holes, it is time to repot.
Look for a pot slightly wider but not taller then the existing pot. Proper drainage is important.
Repotting is a good time to add a trellis if you don't have one.
Use a good quality potting mix.