I have just been given a twisted/corkscrew hazel tree, and i really love
it, but the pot is clearly far too small for it. i wanted to repot it
but im really worried about damaging it or doing something wrong. i
dont want to make things worse! any tips on how to do it properly?
its currently in compost, should i leave it this way? and if so, which
compost should i use? multipurpose? sorry for being so lost and
i was advised by a lady at the garden centre that it should be repotted
in a pot around two inches wider and deeper than its current one, and
potted in peat-free compost composed from tree bark. in all honesty it
looks similar to the stuff it was already growing in. do i need to give
it extra water or food to help it along its way?
That helps this guy so much John. When his plant dies due to not being able
to get decent repotting advice I'm sure he'll sit there with his head in his
hands moaning... "if only I'd known a plant was an autotroph..."
The Tiny Tim of the gardening groups. Morons stand next to him so that
they'll seem smarter which, I presume, is what Staples is doing with
him. Posting is obviously a compulsive thing with him. If he can't see
himself in print, he doesn't exist. Because he can't define empathetic,
no one is ever going to say, what ever happened to good ol' what's his
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