Transplanting small leafed Magnolia Satisfaction

Discussion in 'NEW Gardeners !' started by Kostas, Jun 1, 2018.

  1. Kostas

    Kostas Gardener

    Jun 1, 2018
    Hello everyone,

    New to gardening here and one of the first plants to arrive is a small Magnolia Satisfaction. It arrived with a label to not transplant before its well leafed since spring was late this year.

    I think there is a lot of mulch all around its pot,i cant see any soil. Kept if fairly watered so its always moist to the touch. I am planning to transplant it soon.

    Should i transplant in ericaceous soil (mine measured pH 7 on both the plant and the ericaceous i guess this ph meter is broken...) and add a specific slow release fertiliser?

    Which of the attached pots would be better for its size? ( the black pots are 35L)

    Can i transplant it now or should i wait for more leaves to pop?

    Any advise or other tips are welcome thank you very much.

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