It was about time. My Neohenricia sibbettii, once so cute and tiny, has outgrown its pot a while ago, going overboard with its branches (in 15 months or so). Another sign that a plant desparately needs repotting is the fact that water doesn't go into the soil... which means there's no soil, only roots.
After quite a lot of squeezing and shaking I've finally managed to get the plant out of the 5x5x5cm pot and yes, roots, roots everywhere. For a crawling mesemb you wouldn't expect it to grow large and deep root system but here it is.
After a procedure that only can be called "roots massage" I've removed the pumice and devided the plant into eight cuttings. I will only keep three of them so please feel free to email me if you want some of the others! :)
The result doesn't show much difference. Only that it stays within the pot borders (for now!) but the transplantation was surely good for it and refreshing for its root system.