Repot Plants Outgrowing Their Containers

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa  |  10/1/2007 11:20:21 PM

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(Audio 09/17/07) Many gardeners move container plants outside for the summer. After a summer of abundant growth outdoors, plants may have outgrown their containers. Look for roots growing out of drainage holes or showing up on the soil. These plants will benefit from being repotted into a larger container. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
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