Did I make a mistake? (Do I need to repot?)
I'm a new gardener (not necessarily new TO gardening, as my grandmother made me plant with her in the spring but more so new to having my own plants) and I have a few questions about houseplants and soil. I tried searching for this beforehand.
Anyway, I have a ficus benjamina and a kalanchoe blossfieldiana that I repotted in September. I'm not asking for specific care req. as I have researched it. I'm more concerned about the soil I potted it in, which is going to make me seem like a total goob.
I repotted them using solely spaghnum peat moss. I know better now! However, they seem to be doing fine in it. The ficus hasn't dropped one leaf an the kalanchoe has grown a full 4 inches in about as many months. Do I have to repot them in a better mix or will this suffice until the next repot (I'm assuming in about another year and a half of so)? I don't want to stress them with an unnecessary repot but will do so if the soil just won't cut it. I can never really tell when it's truly appropriately watered because the soil just sucks it up and never drains. Help?