I discovered the bigger the plant, the longer the roots and the harder it is to do the migration for fear of hurting the roots.
Then I thought to myself, isn't some of my bad habits like procrastination the same as well? The longer I took to do the medial task, the more reluctant and unmotivated I want to perform it. Habits are like plants with roots growing, the longer it takes to form, the deeper the roots grow and the harder it is to change it. I also discovered some plants like papaya which I had previously done a few migration died after the shift. Could it be it had grown acccustomed to its usual, comfortable small pot and once moved to a bigger and better place, it has difficulties to adapt?
They say humans are resistant to change and once we are settled down, got comfortable we want to maintain it for as long as possible. I think there is some element of truth in it. I am glad I took the time , an activity that was pretty much unplanned for.
I hope the new pot will give these young plants bigger space to grow and blossom their flowers, if any and they will grow to be strong and healthy. I pray that it would be free from pests attack and butterflies would be attracted to come. It is a good form of moderate exercise to start the day. Try it.