How To Go About Potting A Fruit Tree

Keep containers big for growing fruit, in fact, the bigger the better. Even dwarf varieties need plenty of room for their roots. All potted trees and plants will eventually outgrow their current container. This means, they'll either need repotting, or their roots need to be trimmed to remain healthy and flourishing.

When the plant simply looks too big or disproportional for the pot, then it’s probably time to start repotting.

Here are some further signs that your trees and plants need repotting:1. The soil dries out quicker than usual. 2. The plant is rootbound meaning the plant roots have completely taken up the entire pot space3. Roots may be poking out through the drainage holes in the pot.

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