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How to Propagate Houseplants

Propagating houseplants is a great way to expand your plant collection without having to spend any money and our propagation stations help you do it in style! Here’s a simple guide to get you started:

  1. Choose the right plant – Not all plants are suitable for propagation, so make sure you choose a plant that can be propagated through cuttings. Some popular houseplants that are easy to propagate include pothos, snake plants, and spider plants.
  2. Select a healthy parent plant – Choose a parent plant that is healthy and disease-free. Avoid propagating from plants that are stressed or struggling.
  3. Prepare the cutting – Use a clean and sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears to take a cutting from the parent plant. The cutting should be around 4-6 inches long and include a few leaves.
  4. Remove the lower leaves – Remove the leaves from the bottom inch or two of the stem. This will create a bare stem that you can insert into the tube.
  5. Rooting hormone (optional) – Some people like to dip the cut end of the stem in rooting hormone powder to encourage root growth. This is optional, but can help speed up the process.
  6. Begin Propogating – place the cutting in your Good Roots Plant Co. Propagation station. Replace the water every couple of days to keep the plant healthy and happy. Don’t overfill as you don’t want to waterlog your little friend.
  7. Provide the right conditions – Place the propagation station in a warm and bright spot, but out of direct sunlight.

Wait and watch – Depending on the plant species and conditions, your cutting should begin to root within a few weeks to a few months. Once the cutting has established roots, you can gradually reduce the humidity and treat it like a normal plant.

Remember, propagating plants takes time and patience, but it’s a fun and rewarding process. With a little bit of practice, you can easily expand your plant collection and share the joy of plant parenthood with others!

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Meet the woman behind Good Roots Plant Co.

Jaime is a Master Gardener with The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension in Maricopa County.

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