Here’s an easy guide to repotting your flowers! Unless you’re potting some echinacea, I recommend googling your plant species to see what soil, sun, water and other care requirements your plant has.
Step 3: Remove From Temporary Pot
If your plant is in one of those thin plastic nursery pots, squeeze the sides to gently remove it. Once the plant is out, gently break up the roots a little by squeezing and loosening up the root ball.
Optionally you can line the bottom of your new plant pot with rocks before you add dirt to give it a little more drainage, but otherwise just add some dirt to the bottom of your pot and set your plant in.