I have several plants that were desperately in need of re-potting; namely, my "infamous" $2 rosemary plant, which is doing tremendously well these days and has now been re-potted three times since I rescued it from the clearance table at Russell's.
When re-potting, remember to use a larger pot than the one that the plant was in previously.
So here it goes...
Here you see both the $2 rosemary and the one that I had purchased this past spring at Trader Joe's BEFORE I re-potted them. Now this is what you do:
Step 6. Water newly-potted plant with a mix of liquid seaweed and water.
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