All About Gardening
Add pebbles to the bottom to help with drainage and top with new soil.
Prepare a space to remove your plant. It can get a little messy! Squeeze the sides to loosen the plant.
With your fingers, gently release the roots, removing some of the old soil as you go.
If your Monstera is getting too big you can trim the roots back to contain its growth.
Watering your plant will remove any large air pockets and encourages the roots to settle and begin expanding.