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How to use the Anthurium Soil Mix

Using the mix is easy!  start with removing as much of the old soil as possible. Gently squeeze the pot while holding it sideways to loosen up the plant. Run the roots under lukewarm tap water to remove the last pieces and bits. 

Also, remove any dead foliage that may still be on the plant using scissors. Now your plant is ready for its fresh Anthurium soil. Add a small layer of Anthurium mix at the bottom of the pot.

Place the plant in the pot, and slowly add Anthurium soil to the sides to fill it up. Make sure that the point where the roots meet the plant is just buried under the Anthurium soil. 

Lightly pat the Anthurium mix down into the pot. Make sure to water the Anthurium mix thoroughly after repotting, as this helps settle the mix and roots down.

Why the Anthurium mix works. 

As Anthuriums are epiphytic and usually have larger roots, there is lots of coconut husk and orchid bark to allow space for that. Anthuriums are prone to rot, so with the added activated carbon and perlite, a combination of aeration and purification is happening in the soil at any time. This greatly combats the risk of root rot. The perfect anthurium mix! 

    The original habitat of the Anthurium plants

    The Anthurium is a slow-growing plant favouring humid conditions, usually found in tropical forests in Central & South America. Most species of Anthurium are climbing plants and have thick, epiphytic roots. They require a gritty mix with thicker chunks to support these roots. 

    How to care for Anthurium plants

    As they are native to tropical rainforests, they prefer higher humidity and regular watering. Unlike alocasia, you should let the top few centimetres of the soil dry out before watering again. Do regularly mist your anthurium if you live in a dry environment. 

    Anthuriums prefer indirect bright light, brighter light helps produce big, healthy flowers. Do not keep it in full sun as the leaves will burn.

      How to use the Anthurium Soil Mix

      Using the mix is easy!  start with removing as much of the old soil as possible. Gently squeeze the pot while holding it sideways to loosen up the plant. Run the roots under lukewarm tap water to remove the last pieces and bits. 

      Also, remove any dead foliage that may still be on the plant using scissors. Now your plant is ready for its fresh Anthurium soil. Add a small layer of Anthurium mix at the bottom of the pot.

      Place the plant in the pot, and slowly add Anthurium soil to the sides to fill it up. Make sure that the point where the roots meet the plant is just buried under the Anthurium soil. 

      Lightly pat the Anthurium mix down into the pot. Make sure to water the Anthurium mix thoroughly after repotting, as this helps settle the mix and roots down.

      Why the Anthurium mix works. 

      As Anthuriums are epiphytic and usually have larger roots, there is lots of coconut husk and orchid bark to allow space for that. Anthuriums are prone to rot, so with the added activated carbon and perlite, a combination of aeration and purification is happening in the soil at any time. This greatly combats the risk of root rot. The perfect anthurium mix! 

        The original habitat of the Anthurium plants

        The Anthurium is a slow-growing plant favouring humid conditions, usually found in tropical forests in Central & South America. Most species of Anthurium are climbing plants and have thick, epiphytic roots. They require a gritty mix with thicker chunks to support these roots. 

        How to care for Anthurium plants

        As they are native to tropical rainforests, they prefer higher humidity and regular watering. Unlike alocasia, you should let the top few centimetres of the soil dry out before watering again. Do regularly mist your anthurium if you live in a dry environment. 

        Anthuriums prefer indirect bright light, brighter light helps produce big, healthy flowers. Do not keep it in full sun as the leaves will burn.

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          If the pot is differently shaped (Square, oval, e.t.c.), the calculations might not be accurate. You can also check out the plant pots product pages to check their total volume.

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          Anthurium mix

          Anthurium mix

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          Regular price €11,99
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          Most suited for: Anthurium, Bromelia
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          Super Chunky & airy

          Keeps Anthurium's Happy. Super Chunky texture helps prevent root rot & mould. Provides the perfect structure & nutrients by mimicking the original habitat of the Anthurium's

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          Anthurium mix Contains ±180 days of nutrients

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          At Sybotanica we not only want to make plants happy, but people happy as well. In our production team we exclusively hire people with a distance from the workforce, and help them rehabilitate to the normal working life.


          Take Peter for example:

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          Peter has now been through two moves and knows all the ins & outs of Sybotanica. He can even feel by the potting soil which variety it is. That's quite a challenge with 16 different mixes!

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          Description

          How to use the Anthurium Soil Mix

          Using the mix is easy!  start with removing as much of the old soil as possible. Gently squeeze the pot while holding it sideways to loosen up the plant. Run the roots under lukewarm tap water to remove the last pieces and bits. 

          Also, remove any dead foliage that may still be on the plant using scissors. Now your plant is ready for its fresh Anthurium soil. Add a small layer of Anthurium mix at the bottom of the pot.

          Place the plant in the pot, and slowly add Anthurium soil to the sides to fill it up. Make sure that the point where the roots meet the plant is just buried under the Anthurium soil. 

          Lightly pat the Anthurium mix down into the pot. Make sure to water the Anthurium mix thoroughly after repotting, as this helps settle the mix and roots down.

          Why the Anthurium mix works. 

          As Anthuriums are epiphytic and usually have larger roots, there is lots of coconut husk and orchid bark to allow space for that. Anthuriums are prone to rot, so with the added activated carbon and perlite, a combination of aeration and purification is happening in the soil at any time. This greatly combats the risk of root rot. The perfect anthurium mix! 

            The original habitat of the Anthurium plants

            The Anthurium is a slow-growing plant favouring humid conditions, usually found in tropical forests in Central & South America. Most species of Anthurium are climbing plants and have thick, epiphytic roots. They require a gritty mix with thicker chunks to support these roots. 

            How to care for Anthurium plants

            As they are native to tropical rainforests, they prefer higher humidity and regular watering. Unlike alocasia, you should let the top few centimetres of the soil dry out before watering again. Do regularly mist your anthurium if you live in a dry environment. 

            Anthuriums prefer indirect bright light, brighter light helps produce big, healthy flowers. Do not keep it in full sun as the leaves will burn.

              How to use the Anthurium Soil Mix

              Using the mix is easy!  start with removing as much of the old soil as possible. Gently squeeze the pot while holding it sideways to loosen up the plant. Run the roots under lukewarm tap water to remove the last pieces and bits. 

              Also, remove any dead foliage that may still be on the plant using scissors. Now your plant is ready for its fresh Anthurium soil. Add a small layer of Anthurium mix at the bottom of the pot.

              Place the plant in the pot, and slowly add Anthurium soil to the sides to fill it up. Make sure that the point where the roots meet the plant is just buried under the Anthurium soil. 

              Lightly pat the Anthurium mix down into the pot. Make sure to water the Anthurium mix thoroughly after repotting, as this helps settle the mix and roots down.

              Why the Anthurium mix works. 

              As Anthuriums are epiphytic and usually have larger roots, there is lots of coconut husk and orchid bark to allow space for that. Anthuriums are prone to rot, so with the added activated carbon and perlite, a combination of aeration and purification is happening in the soil at any time. This greatly combats the risk of root rot. The perfect anthurium mix! 

                The original habitat of the Anthurium plants

                The Anthurium is a slow-growing plant favouring humid conditions, usually found in tropical forests in Central & South America. Most species of Anthurium are climbing plants and have thick, epiphytic roots. They require a gritty mix with thicker chunks to support these roots. 

                How to care for Anthurium plants

                As they are native to tropical rainforests, they prefer higher humidity and regular watering. Unlike alocasia, you should let the top few centimetres of the soil dry out before watering again. Do regularly mist your anthurium if you live in a dry environment. 

                Anthuriums prefer indirect bright light, brighter light helps produce big, healthy flowers. Do not keep it in full sun as the leaves will burn.

                  Pot volume calculator

                  Enter pot size to calculate soil volume

                  25cm
                  15 cm
                  20 cm

                  If the pot is differently shaped (Square, oval, e.t.c.), the calculations might not be accurate. You can also check out the plant pots product pages to check their total volume.

                  If the pot is differently shaped (Square, oval, e.t.c.), the calculations might not be accurate. You can also check out the plant pots product pages to check their total volume.

                  25cm
                  15 cm
                  20 cm
                  Not sure if the Anthurium mix is right for your plant?
                  Ingrediënts

                  Ingrediënts of SYBASoil Anthurium mix:

                  Ingrediënts of SYBASoil Anthurium mix:

                  View full details
                  Anthurium mix

                  Anthurium mix

                  Anthurium mix

                  Premium SYBASoil
                  Regular price €11,99
                  Regular price Sale price €11,99
                  Tax included.
                  View full details
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                  How to use the Anthurium Soil Mix

                  Using the mix is easy!  start with removing as much of the old soil as possible. Gently squeeze the pot while holding it sideways to loosen up the plant. Run the roots under lukewarm tap water to remove the last pieces and bits. 

                  Also, remove any dead foliage that may still be on the plant using scissors. Now your plant is ready for its fresh Anthurium soil. Add a small layer of Anthurium mix at the bottom of the pot.

                  Place the plant in the pot, and slowly add Anthurium soil to the sides to fill it up. Make sure that the point where the roots meet the plant is just buried under the Anthurium soil. 

                  Lightly pat the Anthurium mix down into the pot. Make sure to water the Anthurium mix thoroughly after repotting, as this helps settle the mix and roots down.

                  Why the Anthurium mix works. 

                  As Anthuriums are epiphytic and usually have larger roots, there is lots of coconut husk and orchid bark to allow space for that. Anthuriums are prone to rot, so with the added activated carbon and perlite, a combination of aeration and purification is happening in the soil at any time. This greatly combats the risk of root rot. The perfect anthurium mix! 

                    The original habitat of the Anthurium plants

                    The Anthurium is a slow-growing plant favouring humid conditions, usually found in tropical forests in Central & South America. Most species of Anthurium are climbing plants and have thick, epiphytic roots. They require a gritty mix with thicker chunks to support these roots. 

                    How to care for Anthurium plants

                    As they are native to tropical rainforests, they prefer higher humidity and regular watering. Unlike alocasia, you should let the top few centimetres of the soil dry out before watering again. Do regularly mist your anthurium if you live in a dry environment. 

                    Anthuriums prefer indirect bright light, brighter light helps produce big, healthy flowers. Do not keep it in full sun as the leaves will burn.

                      Soil Structure matters

                      Helps prevent mould & root-rot

                      Easier watering

                      Designed to make your plant-care easier

                      Full of microbial life

                      Soil to make your Anthuriums happy!

                      Peat-free soil

                      Good for your plants & nature!

                      FAQ's

                      Not sure if the Anthurium mix is right for your plant?

                      Check out the SYBASoil Guide

                      How much Anthurium mix do I need?

                      Check out this pot volume calculator tool to calculate how much Anthurium mix you need.

                      When do I need to re-feed the soil?

                      The nutrients in SYBASoil will run out in ~6 months on average. We recommend refeeding by removing the top part of the soil and adding 10-20% of the volume with fresh worm castings.

                      How long does SYBASoil stay fresh?

                      You can store SYBASoil for about 2 years. Make sure to store it cool, dark and closed off. The effectiveness of the nutrients can degrade over the years. Simply add some fresh worm castings to give the soil new life.

                      When do I repot the plant?

                      We recommend repotting once any of these things happen:
                      - You see roots growing out of the bottom of the pot
                      - The soil dries very quickly between watering
                      - The plant is top-heavy and wants to fall over
                      - Roots are pushing the plant up and out of the container
                      - Every 1 to 2 years

                      How to recycle SYBASoil packaging

                      Our packaging can be recycled at your local plastic recycling facility.

                      You can also re-use it for storage, or leave a little soil and use it as a propagation box!

                      How to water plants grown on the Anthurium mix

                      Water the soil only when the top 2-3cm of the soil is dried out. You can test this out by poking your finger in the soil to feel around.

                      It is fine to let it dry out a bit more sometimes if you forget it as the deeper soil will retain moisture for longer. This will also help the roots to grow deeper.

                      Customer Reviews

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                      J
                      J.L. (Berlin, DE)
                      Für meine Anthurien ein Gamechanger!

                      Da ich einfach zu faul war/bin mein Substrat selbst zu mixen, habe ich im Netz eine Weile recherchiert um ein passendes Substrat zu finden für meine teuren Anthurien.

                      Dann habe ich dieses hier für meine günstigeren Anthurien probiert und bin begeistert. Tolle Wurzeln, tolles Wachstum, Feuchtigkeit bleibt nicht drin stehen, schön locker und trotzdem kleine Wasserspeicher mit drinnen.

                      Ich würde es definitiv immer wieder kaufen.

                      K
                      K. (Kirchhain, DE)

                      Hallo Sybren, vielen Dank für die schnelle Lieferung des Substrats. Ich habe vor 3 Wochen die Anthurie umgepflanzt, da sie Ende Oktober gelbe und braune Blätter bekam und in der alten Erde kleine Insekten waren. Vielleicht hast Du noch eine Idee was ich noch machen kann, denn sie sieht schon angegriffen aus. Liebe Grüße
                      Karin Vogel

                      J
                      Jörg Peters (Oldenburg, DE)
                      Sehr gute Erde

                      Schnelle Lieferung und TOP Prudukt. Ich bin sehr Zufrieden.

                      S
                      Susanne Lindhorst (Charvensod, IT)
                      Eine Offenbarung

                      Qualität super, meine Anthurien sind förmlich am explodieren. Endlich die richtige Erde.

                      Das ist ein sehr tolles Feedback. Ich freue mich, dass Ihre Anthurien gut wachsen.

                      Sybren von Sybotanica

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                      carola raschidi
                      Problemlösung hat sehr gut geklappt, bin sehr zufrieden. Vielen dank noch einmal

                      Hab 15 l Erde gekauft, dass gute ist, sie kam jeweils in 5l Tüten, kann man sehr gut einteilen. Top.. immer wieder gern. Meine Anthurien, werden sich im Frühjahr freuen

                      Schön zu hören, dass du zufrieden bist, Carola. Ich bin mir sicher, dass Ihre Anthurien diesen Frühling mit ihrer neuen, gesunden Erde schön groß werden!

                      Sybren von Sybotanica

                      L
                      Lisanne van der Meer (Fijnaart, NL)
                      Super fijn

                      Heel blij met deze kant en klaar mix!

                      Die Alocasia ziet er goed uit Lisanne! Blij dat de mix bevalt.

                      Sybren van Sybotanica