you need
  • - flower pot;
  • - drainage;
  • - land mixture Spathiphyllum;
  • - watering can, sprayer.
The need for transplants can be seen for the development of the root system.If the roots Spathiphyllum fully braided earth com, and the pot has become too small - the plant needs a transplant.Fast-growing young flowers are in need of transplants annually.Large and growing slower requires a rare change - every 2-3 years.But transplant them even when the roots are not braided earthen room and the plant is not close in a pot.They do it because the earth mixture eventually becomes unusable - very dense, restructured.The result is that the roots of ill-supplied with oxygen and carbon dioxide
released by mikroorgnizmami soil and roots in the soil builds up, adversely affecting the root system Spathiphyllum.Repot the plant should be in the spring (around the end of February to May), preferably before flowering.
Take the pot that is slightly wider than the old one.If you transplant Spathiphyllum too large pot, this may lead to a delay in growth.Old pot before planting a good wash.The new clay pot should be soaked in water in the evening.
Before transplanting pour Spathiphyllum and an hour to remove it from the pot.To do this, turn the pot, holding the top hand and gently tap it on the table edge.If required, separate Spathiphyllum from the inner walls of the pot with a knife.
otgnivshie Carefully remove the roots and old crocks.If you wish to separate the leaves together with the roots.So you can sit Spathiphyllum.
in the new pot, close the drain hole shards, expanded clay, or small pieces of broken bricks.Top Sprinkle a thin layer of earth.
Set Spathiphyllum on a layer of damp earth in a pot, gradually pour fresh soil, filling the gaps between the walls of the pot and a clod of earth.
seal the Earth around the coma thumbs, gradually podsypaya it until the ground level is equal to the base of the leaves Spathiphyllum.
Good Spathiphyllum pour and put in the shade for a week.Leaves daily spray.After that, move the pot to Spathiphyllum on its permanent seat.