Lemo Balm

Lemo Balm

Hi, Now that spring is here I've been sorting out my herbs from last year. Despite having a large garden most of them are curretly in containers as there isn't any room! Some of them were annuals and have now gone and I am replacing them with some new plants and some have survived the winter quite well, in particular my Lemon Balm. I grew it from seed last year and got quite a lot, giving about half away to my friends, but the rest I planted. I had two large containers that I put somethig like 4 or 5 of the strongest seedlings in back in May last year. They grew a lot flowered and so on. One was solely Lemon Balm and is at the top of some steps and the other was half lemon balm and half Borage and is on the patio by one of the house walls. I was clearing it up a bit today, cutting back dead growth-removing moss and dead leaves from over the winter and such like and I have noticed that most of the compost is now full or roots, ad I am wondering if it needs repotting as a result. I have two options one is to do something now before the growing season gets too far underway (both have new growth at the moment) and the other is to leave it for this year and do something in the Autumn. What do people suggest?
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