mcvansoest said:But why?
mcvansoest said:Can you get a bigger plastic pot? Then just cut it down...
And my desert roses are just fine in just about any pot I have ever put them in as long as the drainage is excellent.
mcvansoest said:Do you have a soldering iron? or something else that gets hot enough to melt plastic? Then after the cut, you smooth the edges over with the soldering iron. If you cut it right you should have plenty of lip to lift the pot by.
mcvansoest said:I rarely put things on fire when I use a soldering iron...
Anyway, to me cutting a pot to size seems like a better idea than creating some weird 'root expansion' scheme in a double pot for a plant that can be finicky about its roots not having the right conditions.
Alternatively just fill the large pot only half with soil... looks weird, but would not require any cutting, putting a pot in a pot, etc.