Transplant a Spider Plant?

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To transplant spider plants make sure and cut the plantlet from the mother plant with shears. Put the plantlet into a pot just barely covering the roots. Add water only when the top soil feels dry.
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1. Obtain a pot one-size larger or no more than 2 inches bigger than the pot holding the spider plant. Transplanting is best done while the spider plant is actively growing from spring
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To transplant plants, prepare your new hole, digging it about 2-3 feet bigger than the root ball. Now carefully dig up your plant, far enough away so that you will not disturb the
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1 Water all of the plants that you wish to transplant using a transplanting fertilizer. You should do this approximately 1 or 2 days before the actual day of transplanting in order
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Your location should be similar to the one where your plants thrived: sunny, open and well-drained. Do not place tomato plants in areas where water may pool. Try to avoid clay soils
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