Answer: As long as the pot is large enough for the roots, you won't need to move your pine. If it is outgrowing its little pot, get a larger container (one gallon is a good size) and fill it with moistened potting soil up to an inch below the rim of the pot. Take the little pot with the tree in it and press it into the potting soil so it makes a hole exactly the size of the little pot. Then turn the little pot on its side and slide the tree and the starter soil out, and set it in the hole you made in the potting soil of the new container. Lightly press the soil around the rootmass and water it well. Your little tree will barely know it has been transplanted. And, the roots will have plenty of room to grow. Best wishs with your little pine tree.
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