When you pot a plant, it’s able to grow to the limit of that pot size.
Some plants will lie dormant, without sprouting new growth or new roots.
Some plants will continue growing roots; only for them to wrap around themselves and struggle to find nutrients.
And other plants (as I learned just recently), Cacti in particular (while properly watered), will thicken themselves. Meaning that their cell growth will focus on extending the exterior of the plant to keep safe the little water it has left at the center.
Plants will always look for a way to survive.
BUT if you (or nature) provides that way to survive, it will then thrive.
Curious tip: You need not change the pot in order to thrive.
I believe in you.
That’s all for today.