Why do plants transplant in spring

Spring transplantation of annual plants
Spring transplant is used for growing annual and perennial plants. In the case of annuals intended for outdoor conditions, the reason for spring transplantation lies in the better survival of young plants. In the period of the beginning of growth these crops are in room or greenhouse conditions. The resulting seedlings are moved to a permanent place as soon as the temperature of the air and the soil allows it. Annual plants transplanted into the open ground at a later period, take root longer and lose the properties for which they are grown.
Spring transplant of perennial ornamental plants
Transplantation of perennial crops grown in the open field is often associated with the flowering period of these plants. For species that bloom in the middle and end of summer, spring transplantation means the ability to increase the volume of roots and leaves, sufficient for normal life.
Spring transfer of fruit, berry and ornamental plants
When growing a number of perennial plants, the flowering period of which falls in the middle and end of spring, spring transplanting is also used. The reason is that these species are ornamental, fruit or berry trees and shrubs. Such plants are transplanted mainly at a young age, that is, before the onset of flowering. Spring planting in a permanent place gives the plant the opportunity to form a developed root system and shoots that survive the low temperatures in the dormant period.
Spring transplant of indoor perennials
Most of the indoor plants also transplanted in the spring. The transfer of these crops to a new container is often accompanied by a forming trim. All these actions, carried out during the period of active growth, make it possible to obtain a plant that has a decorative appearance by the middle or end of summer. The root system of young plants transplanted into a larger-sized pot has time to develop enough before the beginning of the rest period so that the new container does not have a large amount of free soil that can sour due to over-wetting in winter.

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