My Haem. deformis is just finishing blooming and is sending up new leaves. It now sits in a 6" clay pot. The previous set of leaves were probably about 6" each, laying flat on the planting medium surface and then curling down past the edge of the pot. How big a pot can I safely use for repotting (the current one is a 6" "azalea" pot)? What do I do about the curled older leaves, as they will tend to force the bulb up and out of the medium, and/or be bent and broken by being forced to lay flat on the surface of the bigger pot? A I correct in assuming that this might be a good time to repot, just as new growth was commencing? Not, I realize, earth shattering questions, but I guessed that one or more of my PBS colleagues may have dealt with this issue.