Transplanting is a very important process in the garden and one that can't be avoided!
It's the process of uprooting a plant in order to move it to another place, most often in a larger container or directly in the ground. When the roots of a plant start to get overcrowded, growth drastically slows down until it eventually stops, that's why we transplant!
How to transplant in soil or coco:
1/ Remove the plant from its pot.
2/ Inspect the roots. If roots completely cover the soil, tease them gently apart. If they are concentrated too heavily at the bottom of the pot, loosen them thoroughly.
3/ Place the plant in a prepared hole. The plant should sit at soil level, or a little higher, if your soil is loose or sandy.
4/ Firm the soil around the plant with your hands.
5/ Water well. Watering will encourage the plant’s roots to grow into the soil. It also helps the plant settle firmly into its spot