Hence I took the opportunity to do the needful, that is, dividing the whole clump into two sections and pot them separately as a means to propagate them. Also, a chance for me to share a how-to article about the propagation which is easily done.
How to propagate an Anthurium plant by division:
2. Prepare 2 pots, with new garden soil to replant each division. For this project, I’ve used two larger pot sizes, the larger is 10-inch (25.4-cm) while the other is 8.5-inch (21.6-cm). Keep in mind that the growing point should be above the soil. Water thoroughly through and add more soil if necessary. Then locate it at a semi-shaded warm site.
That’s all to it… easy as I’ve stated, right?? :-)
There’s another article on how to propagate Anthurium by stem cuttings here, if you’re interested.
Last edit: June 10, 2016