Today: Repotting JMs.
Well, I'm off to my favorite, Maryland nursery, Riva Gardens. If Diane doesn't have the ingredeints, not only will she get them, but being a true horticulturist, she will know what I should use.
I post here now, because I plan today to repot some JMs that haven't done a darned thing all summer. No new growth other than their initial spring leaf. Knowing the soil I used, I figure I have nothing to lose in putting them into something more healthy before winter.
I lose 6-10 each winter and hope to prevent that this year.
Anyway, I plan to check this board before I repot. I plan to check and prune the roots I already know that are twisted or hugely wood.
Advice before I dig in?