What is the best way for succulents to grow how to transfer to a bigg

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  • Rhonda Brooks Rhonda Brooks on Jun 28, 2017
    succulents have to drain fast. Put a layer of small pebbles on the bottom worm castings and then cactus soul make sure there's a hole in the bottom of the pot. Then feed according to instructions every two weeks put in the sun no shade

  • KattywhampusLOL KattywhampusLOL on Jun 28, 2017
    Angelita (by the way, what a beautiful name), Here is a link that I sent to my succulent loving cousin awhile back, which she found to be helpful. Basically you just want to transfer them from their pot to one a little larger when they get root bound. Make sure there are stone in the bottom of the pot (actually, my cousin took my advice and use coffee filters in the pot first, to help prevent soil loss, the some rocks), and a mix of 1/3 sand to 2/3 of soil, unless you are using a prepackaged succulent mixture. Spred the roots gently before placing into a larger pot, and press the new soil down firmly (remember the roots like being "hugged" by the soil). Do NOT water them right away. Let them acclimate to the new pot and soil (which will have enough moisture in it to last 5 days to a week before the plants will need to be watered). Enjoy your growing beauties! :) This link tells you pretty much what I have just said, and also photos to show what they are saying. Enjoy your growing beauties! :)