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When repotting use a loose, well-draining soil mix such as Bonsai or Orchid mix.
The genus Anthurium is a large group of plants, most of which are grown for the foliage. Anthurium andreanum species, with the spectacular flowers, is native to Colombia and Ecuador.
Watering from the base of the plant is recommended, to avoid getting water on the fuzzy foliage.
Use African Violet soil mix when re-potting.
The foliage is fuzzy and is therefore susceptible to damage if water is allowed to remain on the leaves. There are pots specifically designed for African Violets to avoid water damage to the leaves.
Older plants will push out baby plants on a stem that can be cut from the mother and potted.