Charlinex said:I like your bonsai pot.
You can first add a layer of soil at the bottom, then raise the plant and slightly expose the roots, like how some people treat their bonsai plants. Just a suggestion.
RPK82 said:When repotting a succulent, is it okay for the bottom of the root ball to be touching the bottom of the pot without any soil between the two?
I'm thinking if it's worth me repotting some of my succulents that are in narrow deep pots into wider shallower pots.
The thing is though is that if I put them into a wider shallower pot, the bottom of the rootballs will be touching the bottom of the pot, which means the roots can grow outwards into the new soil, but not downwards.
In the this photo you can see the size of the wider shallower pot that I'm thinking of transferring the plants to.
Is it worth it, or shall I just leave them in the narrow deep pots?
i thought aerial roots growing on Jades was a cry for more moisture (gasp, gasp, I need water! gasp...)