draecena marginata roots visible on surface
Hi all. Tried to post a message here before but it doesn't seem to have gone through. I recently purchased a marginata which I watered for the first time over the weekend. I was told to water heavily and let it drain, which is what I did. Afterwards, though, I noticed a tangled network of thin roots visible on the surface. It looks like a lot of roots are now exposed. Is this normal or something I need to be concerned about? I was told the plant would not need to be repotted for a couple of years but do have a larger pot available if anyone thinks repotting advisable.