Repotting new Christmas tree
Hi all, I've just bought a really cute Omorika Christmas tree from Sainsburys (2-3 foot tall) and I've been reading up on their care as want to keep it going as long as possible (Maybe even for next year!).
I've seen they need to keep cool and be watered with good drainage but the pot it's in is 1) wonky and plastic 2) full of what looks like bog-standard, no nourishment dirt 3) appears to have little drainage.
I was wondering if it was an ok time to repot it into a nicer pot with better drainage, or if this would stress it out? And if I do, so it ok to use the loam I've seen discussed on the web for nourishment?
Advice very much appreciated as I've only ever been able to keep a basil plant and a cordaline alive (Sebastian, the latter of which is thriving in his new pot! Might have to buy him some tinsel to go with his new Omorika buddy.)