How to Repot a Ponytail Palm Tree?

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To repot a ponytail palm tree, moisten the soil in the original pot. Select a new pot that is at least two inches larger. Put drainage material and a layer of dirt in the bottom. Tip the palm out of the original pot and settle it into the new one. Pack dirt loosely around the roots and over the top of the original root ball.
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1. Place your Ponytail Palm in an area that gets full sun. The plant can be placed outdoors in the summer, but should be kept inside once the temperature goes ...
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