When repotting a plant, normally you would take the time to carefully inspect the roots, trim off a few dead ones, knock off a bit of old potting soil, etc. But sometimes you’re just too busy: you need to get that repotting done fast. Or maybe you’re repotting one of those plants that don’t like having their roots disturbed (clivias, amaryllis, hoyas, etc.). In both cases, there is a much easier method for repotting that leaves the rootball fully intact.
You’ll need a new pot 1 to 2 inches (2-5 cm ) larger than the original one, a second pot of exactly the same dimensions as the original one, some potting soil and a watering can.
Now, here’s what to do, step by step:
Couldn’t be simpler!