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Perennials - when to plant on into larger containers

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I a struggling to get a helpful answer to my dilemma - I am a complete novice....

I was given some young perennials in 9cm/1L pots in March.
I potted them straight into 4L pots.
They have grown and are continuing to do so both healthy foliage and flowering now.
I notice that they may be getting root bound - can see roots through drainage hole but not grown through. I have checked they are not completely round bound yet but will need to be placed in larger containers 7.5L (It was suggested to keep potting up pot sizes slowly else there could be problems)
When is the best time to pot them into a bigger container? Now, after blooming or wait until spring?

The perennials are
yellow storksbill
tangerine coneflower
night whisper daylily
alstroemeria inca lily
potentialla arc-de-ciel

Many Thanks
Jasmit

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  • Posted: Wed. 17th July 2013 18:29