Anthurium advice on repotting

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  • #870
    bea.thubea.thu
    Greenhorn

    What are the signs when anthurium needs repotting? Thanks for your help.

    #872
    SamC.SamC.
    Greenhorn

    You’ll know it’s time to repot when you see that your plant is severely rootbound. Repot in spring. Some sites say repotting is recommended every 2-3 years but for me, every 2 years is ideal because roots quickly take up the space in the pot.

    #888
    carolCarol
    Expert gardener

    When it doesn’t bear any flowers for a year or so then you should repot it. Normally, if well taken care of, it can have flowers the whole year. This is amazing for a plant not native to temperate climates!

    #890
    bea.thubea.thu
    Greenhorn

    Thanks. I checked the roots and a lot are out at the bottom of the pot and not much soil left in. And it’s true that I only had flowers beginning of this year and since then I haven’t noticed new blooms. I’ll repot this for sure!

    #891
    carolCarol
    Expert gardener

    Hope you get pretty flowers soon and I’d be glad to know when that happens!

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