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Growing a Houseplant in Water Beads

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Moving a small houseplant to water soluble beads will require very gentle handling and rinsing of the developed roots.
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April 8, 2019

I would like to transition a small houseplant to grow in water soluble water beads. It is now in potting soil. Is there a gentle way to transition the plant out of the potting soil without too much trauma?

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I would tap the plant gently to get it out of the pot. I would tap gently again to get as much dirt off as possible. Then i would soak in room temperature water to remove the rest of the dirt, and then plant in the water beads.

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