Question by  Smith123 (14)

How can I repot a jade plant?


Answer by  mybabyjazz (88)

It is always best to replant a Jade plant in the next size up every so often as new growth starts. Never go larger than one size up. Carefully remove the plant and soil and add it to a new pot containing an adequate amount of soil along with fertilizer.


Answer by  mammakat (11147)

Jade plants carry most of their nutrients in their leaves, not the soil, so this is simple. The new pot should be only just bigger than the current pot. Shake off the roots of the plant and repot in new soil- Jades like potting soil. Moisten and give full sun.


Answer by  worker8739 (555)

Upsize your pot to the next available size. Since jade is a succulant plant, use a cactus type soil. This plant does not like heavy ammendments.


Answer by  worker8388 (994)

Cut the rootballs in between stems. Place the parts to 5 to 6 inch pot. Place the top of rootball below the rim of the pot. Then water it.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

Remove your plant from the pot it is in and place in another larger pot. You may trim back you plant after repotting to help encourage growth.


Answer by  japratt (1687)

If you are wanting to re pot this type of plant then you will need to do it quickly. If you take too long then the plant will end up getting damaged.

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