Norfolk pine repotting question
I have a small Norfolk pine my mom gave me around Christmas. I was going to be repotting it today and ran across a question before I do this.
I already have on hand- miracle-gro potting mix, sta-green vermiculite (heard it was good for norfolks) and a 6 1/2 inch clay pot with drainage holes and tray.
My norfolk is in a 4 inch small plastic pot, that like they come in from the store. Anyway, my question.. The pine has 5 shoots in this little pot. One of the biggest shoots is very,very dry and limbs have fallen. :( It's brown .. it does not look healthy. The other 4 shoots are dry at the bottom limbs and is still soft towards the middle and top but I'm worried about it being in this small pot any longer.
So should I try to remove the 5th shoot that's very dry, possibly done for at this point. How should I go about safely repotting my Norfolk.. Just want to do what's best to keep this guy healthy.
Thanks for the help