Here is my girl in her new home. When I transplanted her, she didn't appear to be rootbound although there were roots stuck to the bottom of the container that were trying to get through. I had to be really careful getting them loose so as not to break too many of them. A few of them had to break, though.
She looks kinda small in this container. I hope it isn't so big that she stops growing.
She looks a little better than she did yesterday before I transplanted her. I watered her with a full gallon of water that had a PH of 6.3 and a ppm of 007. Plus I added a couple of drops of cal mag and this SuperThrive vitamin solution that is great for preventing transplant shock. It's 0.5-0-0.
I'm a little concerned with the slightly purplish color of the center veins on a couple of the leaves. Do you guys think she looks ok? It's surprising to me that she still has the 2 little feeder leaves (not shown) and that they are still green. Thanks for your help.