Young plants under four years old, transplanted every year in March and August, each time increasing the amount of pot as well as the height of the drainage layer. Copies of Anthurium, has had time to grow to four or more years should be transplanted once every two to three years in more nutritious soil mixture. The roots of Anthurium fragile, so the plants need to be transplanted very carefully.
Sprinkle Anthurium before transplanting. Then remove the plant from the pot and clean the roots of the old substrate by lightly tapping, and remove rotten or dead roots. Decayed roots are removed carefully without damaging healthy tissue, then slice prosypayutsya comminuted charcoal. If you had to remove a large portion of the roots, the Anthurium needs to be transplanted in a pot smaller than the former.
Install on the bottom of the pot with good drainage, to permit access of air to the root system of the plant, preventing the decay of individual roots. Put on the drain hole a few shards up with a hump on top and cover them with expanded clay or broken red bricks. If the plant is grown, the layer should occupy a quarter of the pot and if the plant is young – a third. As the drainage is also good enough perlite, sphagnum moss, small pebbles.
Now sprinkle a bit of land, place the Anthurium and fill it with fresh earth, not reaching the edges of the pot 1, see don't forget to fill up the air bags inside the root system of the land (areas between the roots where you don't hit the ground). This can be done with a thin stick, pushing her ground to the roots and/or tapping of the pot on the table. Tightly the substrate in the pot is not utrambovyvaya, and just slightly crimp it with your fingers around the plant.
In hot weather the plant does not replant. When transplanting the Anthurium well-pour and spray, but over the next week watering limit. After repotting keep the plant from the impact of its stem and leaves to direct sunlight. Often spray Anthurium and in the spring, do not fertilize it.