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Can indoor plants be repotted during the winter?

  • Botanical Garden
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As much as possible, avoid repotting household plants when their pace of growth has slowed, meaning from November to February. The beginning of the month of March is the best time of year to repot them, because they’re starting to grow actively again and can therefore recover quickly from the shock of being transplanted. It may nevertheless prove necessary to do the repotting at another time of year. That’s the case, notably, when the potting soil is very degraded or when the root system has completely invaded the soil, to the point where the growth of the plant is compromised.

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