Dear Amy: How do you repot plants? — Nick, Boulder, Colo.
Dear Nick: Repotting plants is necessary when a plant's roots are outgrowing the pot. The new pot should be one to two sizes larger than the current container. First, place soil and drainage material into the new pot. Gently remove the plant from the old pot, break up the roots and transfer your plant into it's new home. Then, add more soil and water. For more details on repotting plants, please visit http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/archives/parsons/
Dear Amy: I have created a Web site and I want to put it on the Web. How do I do this? — Abdallah, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Dear Abdallah: You can choose from several options when you want to post your Web page online. Free services such as Geocities, Tripod and Homestead offer space to post your site. Many commercial sites also offer free space, but may want you to display an advertisement banner. You can also pay a hosting service, which would provide a larger amount of space and a unique domain name. Let us know when you get your site posted, and we will check it out.
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