Ok so my new chinese elm bonsai sufffered some damage after leaving it outside. Apparently the winds tipped it over and the pot crashed into the ground breaking into several pieces such that the root was showing. As a remedy, I put normal soil into a small pot and transplated my bonsai into it. For one, my bonsai is not "wired" through the bottom of the new pot (which is much bigger than my old pot), I'm using a lot of regular soil as opposed to bonsai soil (due to the fact that much of the old soil was lost when my tree fell over), and I'm not sure how to treat my bonsai differently considereing all these factors. Can anyone offer advice as to what I can do to ensure my bonsai's survival?