Answer: If you plan to keep your dwarf Italian Cypress in a container, move it up to the next largest container each time you repot. For instance, if you have a 5-gallon container now, move it up to a 7-gallon container, then to a 9 or 10-gallon container, etc. as it grows. You'll know it needs repotting when roots begin to creep out of the drainage holes. Enjoy your new plant!
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