So, this morning I repotted a rosemary that I've abused for the past several years. It was flourishing despite the less-than-ideal potting mix I used last time I potted up.
I was able to remove most of the substrate from the roots, selectively trimmed the roots, and then cut off a rather large mass of roots that had formed at the bottom of the pot. Once, I had it settled into its new home, I cut back the top by about 1/3 or so. I generally like the 5-1-1 type mixes, but I figured the rosemary would appreciate the gritty mix, so I'm giving that a try.
Here's a question. I think I did a good job of matching the top and root pruning. Are there any signs to be aware of that signal that I didn't cut back enough on top?