verb (used with object), re·pot·ted, re·pot·ting.
verb (used without object), re·pot·ted, re·pot·ting.
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If not done so, plant them in four inch pots, and repot them into those of six inch in May.
When the seedlings are large enough to repot, they should be potted singly in 2- or 3-inch pots.
Do not shift or repot them, if they are in flower, until the flowering is over.
The best time to repot Camellias, is just when they are done flowering, which will be before they begin to grow.
Repot frequently until they are in 4- to 5-inch pots; then let them bloom.