- Growth - Soil Degradation - Pests and Diseases - Better Watering - Root Rot
Typically, anthuriums don’t grow fast when grown indoors, so you might not need to repot frequently. It’s recommended to repot once every two or three years. The best time to repot is early spring and summer during the growing season.
- Step 1: Water Your Anthurium - Step 2: Use the Best Pot - Step 3: Prepare the Right Potting Mix - Step 4: Uproot Plant From Its Old Pot - Step 5: Clean the Roots
- Place Anthurium in a Suitable Location - Maintain a Humid Environment - Repotting Leggy Anthurium: Take Cuttings - Adopt Light Watering