Determine how many pots are needed, their approximate size, and then went shopping for plants, containers, and sauces.
If you find a plant in a good size planter, skip to saucer step.
If separate pots are purchased for repotting, make sure there are drainage holes at the bottom. If drainage holes are needed, drill a few so water can drain out.
Fill pots about halfway with potting soil.
Remove plants from nursery pot and fan out the roots to encourage them to grow outward into the potting mix.
Plant in containers that are slightly larger than the nursery pot, then backfill with potting soil until it is even with the soil surface of the plants.
Place container in saucers inside the baby carriage.
Feed with a slow-release fertilizer and water well.