Step1 Digging the Hole
Dig a hole that is three times the width and equal to the depth of the indian Laurel plant's root ball. Avoid digging the hole too deep, as the plant might sink and be buried too low in the soil.
Step2 Preparing the Hole
Loosen the soil at the bottom of the hole to improve drainage and encourage root growth. You may add compost or organic matter to improve soil quality, if required.
Step3 Preparing the Root Ball
Gently loosen the roots of the indian Laurel plant using your hands or a trowel, and trim off any damaged roots with pruning shears.
Step4 Placing the Plant
Place the indian Laurel plant in the hole, ensuring the top of the root ball is level with the surrounding soil. Avoid burying the plant too deep, and make sure it is standing upright.
Step5 Filling the Hole
Fill the hole with soil, gently tamping it down around the plant's root ball to ensure good contact and remove any air pockets.
Slowly water the indian Laurel plant after transplanting, ensuring the soil settles properly around the root ball.
Apply 2-3 inches of mulch around the base of the indian Laurel plant to help retain moisture and prevent weed growth, but leave a small gap around the trunk to prevent rot.