C is for Creating an Environment
Growing is all about bringing out the best in your plants.
Once the plant is in the new pot, firm the soil or medium around the base. If there are going to be further plantings into larger pots then for your convenience make sure this pot is not too big.
Keep the nutrients light for the first week to give the young roots a chance to firm up and develop in volume. Adding to many nutrients too soon will damage the root system and stop the plant from absorbing moisture and food.
Transplanting causes stress to the plants (how would you like to be ripped out of your home and stuck in another without warning?) So they are going to need a drink. Correct watering is the final stage in creating the optimum growing environment. Aim for a temperature of around 24 degrees. Humidity should be around 65%-75%.
We would recommend that, once the roots are again growing through the base of the pot, you should plant on to a bigger pot. Use the same process but you do not have to be as careful this time as the plant is bigger and stronger.
Remember that practice makes perfect, and you will learn what works nest for you.