This is my sons plant, its been growing and budding, and I’m just wondwring when I should switch it to a larger pot?
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As a gardening expert, the plant provided is a species of Sedum sediforme. This plant appears to be in good health and the soil appears to be well drained. One thing that could be done to improve the health of the plant is to add a layer of mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and suppress weeds. Another thing that could be done is to repot the plant into a larger container with a well-drained potting soil mix to give the roots more room to grow. Additionally, providing the plant with the right amount of light, water and fertilizer will also help to keep the plant healthy. It is also important to remove any dead or damaged leaves to prevent the spread of disease.
I think you should repot it when you can, it looks like it needs room to keep growing. I was always thought to do it early in the moring or later in the afternoon whene the sun is not as bright and water it after you finish. Good luck!
Repot, into a bigger pot make sure to rip some roots at the bottom and sides to get it started. Put layer of chunky stones at bottom of new pot. Use multi-purpose fertiliser and water. Then test the soil with ur finger moving forward. If dry water the whole pot. If wet/damp leave it alone. Keep near the window warm and sunny. Make sure to drain the tray or dish you put the pot on even a small puddle, and the pot has good drainage holes.
Add some coffee ground, a circle round the main root once every 3-4 weeks. Or banana peel water 2-3 times a week max. (leave a banana peel in water for 2-3 days) for nutrtional value. But not too much of any, you can get away with the peels more because their lower dosage. Good luck!