Transplanting plants from your SmallGarden
You might be ready to grow something new in your SmallGarden. However, that doesn't mean that you have to part with the plants you've been growing for months. By transplanting your current herbs, vegetables, and flowers, you can grow new plants in your SmallGarden while still enjoying the old ones! Follow these simple steps to transplant your plants safely.
1. Remove the seed pods you wish to transplant from your SmallGarden. Be careful not to damage the roots.
2. If you are transplanting into a pot, fill the pot with soil and bury the seed pod so the new soil barely covers the seed pod. If you are transplanting into an outdoor garden, make sure you are planting your seed pod where it will have enough room to grow.
3. You can now get new seed pods to grow something new in your SmallGarden! But don't forget to water your transplanted plants.
- Your transplanted plants are probably shocked and need to get used to their new home so make sure the first week they are getting plenty of water. They shouldn't dry out!
- When choosing a pot to use for transplanting, make sure you choose one that is not considerably bigger than the seed pod. We recommend 6 inches in diameter.
- You may have to transplant your plants again as they continue to grow to provide adequate space for roots to spread
- When planting, dig a hole 2x the width and depth of the seed pod and press down around the soil by the seed pod to secure its new home.