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Here are tips on transplanting container-grown plants into the ground.
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Derrick: Hey, I'm Derrick.
Dean: And I’m Dean.
Derrick And we are from DIY Networks.
Dean: Indoors Out.
Derrick: And we’re going to give you some tips on planting container grown plants.
Dean: And the first thing you want to do is pick your spot, and understand your plant. No weather needs a lot of sun, no sun or half sun, half shade. After that, dig a hole.
Derrick Now, when you’re digging that hole, make it larger than the bottom of the plant.
Dean: We keep that soil close by because you're going to need it.
Derrick: Now, it is time to take the plant out of the container. We recommend that you squeeze the sides, grab the plant at the base of the stem, and work it out of that container.
Deean: And if you cannot remove the plant, just get yourself a utility knife and cut the container.
Derrick: If it’s not coming out of the container that’s because the plant is root bound, that means the roots are growing in a circular motion.
Dean: Now, you want to break that habit because if you don’t, overtime, that plant is going to die.
Derrick: So, we recommend that you scarify the plant Now, you can do that by using your hand and breaking those roots, or you can take a utility knife and score in about an half inch from top to bottom all the way around on those roots.
Dean: Now, it’s time to introduce a fertilizer to that soil you put aside. You want a fertilizer that contains mycoriesel, it’s a good bacteria that promotes healthy fungal growth, that’s good for you plant.
Derrick: Now, for fertilizer, always read your instructions, and for one galloon container plant, use about a handful of fertilizer. Mix it with the soil that you saved when you dug out.
Dean: Now, it’s time to plant. You’re going to fill that up with soil all the way around about three quarters of the way. Then you’re going to water which gets out all air pockets around it.
Derrick: Take the rest of that soil and pack it firmly with your hands around the plant, but not too firm. And keep that plant about an inch above drake and water again.
Dean: Bring in them mulch. The mulch not only makes your garden look beautiful, but it also helps contain moisture around the base of the plant. It reduces the evaporation.
Derrick: Hey, if you follow these tips, you will not waste money and time on new plants at your house.
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