Posted: 16/11/2017 at 15:08
Plant it in the ground or give it a much bigger pot. They need a lot of room so their roots can go and seek out the nutrients and water they need.
Whichever you do, give it a good soaking first and, if it's going in th eground, plant it at the same depth as before but in a hole you have prepared by adding some well-rotted manure or garden compost to the surrounding soil for when you back fill.
If you go for a pot, plant at the same depth but make sure you use good quality John Innes no 3 grade compost mixed with some multi purpose compost for water retention. Water well and then mulch the top with some pebbles, gravel or expanded clay pellets to keep down weeds and reduce evaporation.
Whether or not you get any flowers next year will depend on what variety it is and when you pruned it. Some flower on old wood and some on new.