This cacti plant produces lovely orange flowers. It has never been re-potted and the roots are beginning to come through the end of the pot. Can you tell me how to do this without breaking the plant?
Cactus can do fine in a tight pot for many years.
But if you wish to take it out. First try soaking it for a day in a basin of water.
With a plastic pot, press in the side a little to loosen the rootball.
Hold the plant with a glove or thickness of paper or a carpet offcut and try to shake the root ball out or push it out with a piece of wood.
Pieces may brea off and can be potted up after a few days drying on a window sill to seal the wounds.