If your Anthurium pot plant has grown too big for its pot, then it’s time to repot your plant. In this article we’ll tell you how and when it’s best to do it.

Repotting an Anthurium

Do this preferably in spring, because the lighter days stimulate the formation of buds. Put it in a plant pot where the diameter is at least 20% wider than the previous one and use special Anthurium soil to fill the pot. If you are going to repot, mix in a bit of Anthurium fertilizer at the same time so the plant has a bit in reserve for growing.

The Anthurium doesn’t need a lot of care. At room temperature and a bit of water once or twice a week they are quite happy. When placed in a light position, but not in the full sun, the plant will be happy for a long time.

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