Here’s a fantastic Propagate Any Plant Cutting Quickly Using this Trick! Keep on reading to increase the chances of successful results!
If you are looking forward to increasing the chances by a huge margin while growing plants from cuttings, then follow this Propagate Any Plant Cutting Quickly Using this Trick!
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Propagate Any Plant Cutting Quickly Using this Trick
Things You’ll Need:
- Sharp, clean pair of scissors or pruning shears
- A strip of foam (such as florist foam or Styrofoam)
- Clear glass or pot filled with water
Step 1: Choose a Healthy Plant
This trick works best on vining plants so you can use it to propagate plants like Pothos, Philodendron, English ivy, Sweet potato vine, Arrowhead vine, Hoya (Wax plant), Wandering Jew (Tradescantia), Grapevine, Jasmine, Passionflower, Clematis, Trumpet vine, Bougainvillea, Mandevilla, and Boston ivy.
Step 2: Cut 4-6 Inches Long Cuttings
Using a clean and sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears, cut 4-6 inches long stem cuttings. Make the cut just below a leaf node, which is where the leaf meets the stem.
Step 3: Prepare the Foam Strip
Cut a strip of foam that is long enough to secure the bottom of the cutting. A 2-inch broad and 5-6 inches long foam strip would do.
Tuck the cutting’s bottom in the foam strip and wrap it securely around the stem.
Step 4: Fill a Cup or Glass with water
Insert the foam strip in a glass or cup and fill it with non-chlorinated water.
Step 5: Provide the Right Growing Conditions
Place the glass or vase in a location that receives bright, indirect light. Change the water every week or so to ensure it stays fresh and clean.
Step 6: Wait for Roots to Grow
After a few weeks, you should start to see roots growing from the bottom of the stem. Once the roots are at least an inch long, you can remove the foam strip and place the stem in the soil to continue growing!
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