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9 mistakes you make when repotting a plant

Houseplants are a great way to bring the outdoors in, and they can really beautify your home. But if you’ve been struggling to keep them alive, (despite your best efforts!), you might be making these mistakes when repotting a plant.

Repotting a plant may seem simple enough, however, one mistake can ‘shock’ your plant, possibly even killing it. As the name suggests, transplant shock occurs when the plant shows signs of distress, after it has been uprooted and moved to a new pot. Typical signs to look for include yellowing or dropping leaves, wilting, damaged roots, and if there is no apparent new growth.

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