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Repotting Regular repotting is essential to ensure the bonsai does not starve and get pot-bound. Repotting depends on both the plant species and type of pot. Fast-growing species such as suru or Australian pine (Casuarina equisetifolia) and white mulberry (Morus alba ) require repotting once every two years; while more slow-growing species such as the Ficus varieties can go without repotting for three to five years. Tip: In the case of bonsais, repotting means taking out the plant and replacing it in the same pot after cutting its excess roots and filling the pot with new soil.