Choose a pot up to twice the size of the selected plant. Position in a very well lit, protected area and fill with a low nutrient quality growing media, such as Yates Seed Raising Mix with some sphagnum moss mixed in.
Remove the plant from its container, minimising disturbance to the roots.
Position in hole and backfill with soil, gently firming down. Water in very well, but allow to drain freely.
Move indoor plants outdoors into a sheltered position over winter as they enter dormancy, watering can be reduced during this time (only just enough to keep the soil moist).
If insects are few and far between, you can try some Yates Thrive Orchid Liquid Plant Food, in a light spray directly onto foliage (avoid applying to growing media). This should only be done once a year, after dormancy has ended in spring.
Drainage is more critical when growing indoors, but never let the potting media dry out.
Avoid using water with high levels of dissolved minerals (‘hard water’). Clean rainwater is often ideal, where available or alternatively use deionised water.