Repotting Dying Dwarf Yaupon Holly Help...
The local grocery store marked down this poor plant in a 1 gallon container to .48!
It has a few green leaves still left on it. I see some new ones trying to come in, but mostly it is BARE. It is still alive I am just not sure how to repot it the best way.
I do not want to put it in the ground just yet, because I am in the middle of some other projects in my yard.
When I repot it should I just stick it in a bigger container and leave it be or is it wise to give it a little "trim" over all?
If you would like a picture I could TRY to do that. (I'm not good at posting photos, but I can put a link into a photobucket)
Any advice is warmly appreciated!