On Instagram, Michele asks how to transplant Bamboo that has outgrown it's containter.
This is Pat's answer:
Assuming you have the houseplant known as lucky bamboo, re-potting it is straightforward. You can either keep it in the same jar or move it to a bigger one.
If it’s growing in water, all you have to do is dump out any rocks and place the plant in a bigger vase, or to keep it in the same jar, trim back the roots by as much as a third. Then add back the rocks and water. Remember to use room temperature rainwater or distilled water, not tap water.
If it’s growing in soil, first water the plant. Then remove the plant and place it in the new, larger pot at the same soil level, firm the soil around the plant and water the new pot.
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Anna Lentz, artist, writer, and creativity coach who blogs about making a creative life connected with nature at Spring Bird.