This is a relatively stress free process providing you have the plants you wish to pot up, some multi-purpose compost and the containers you will be putting the plants in to.
For bedding plants, add the compost to the container/ pot all the way to the rim. Remove the plastic pot from the plant, make a whole in the compost deep enough for the plant to sit level to the surface of the compost, and then cover over the roots of the plant with the remaining soil. Repeat this process for every plant you have.
For bigger plants and shrubs such as roses, pea gravel will need to be added to the bottom of the container/ pot to help with drainage. The same process is repeated with the addition of a slow release fertiliser like Vitax Q4 to aid root development and promote good health.
An important factor in this process is to make sure your containers and pots have drainage holes in the bottom to prevent water logging. Without drainage the root system will rot away and the plant will not survive.
Ceanothus, Trachelospermum, Wisteria, Campsis, Lavender, Euonymus, Sedums, Clematis, Dianthus, Most Shrubs, Most Perennials, Bedding plants.
In general, most plants will thrive in full sun, only, shade loving plants will thrive in both.