Propagating Wandering Jew

Propagating Wandering Jew in Water is super easy! Follow the given instructions and decorate your home with this stunning vine. Rooting Wandering Jew Cuttings in Water The resilient Tradescantia will root from almost any cutting, whether placed in water or in soil. So, starting a wandering Jew in water is a good project for anyone,Continue reading “Propagating Wandering Jew”

Pothos propagation

This method of pothos propagation is super easy – all you need is some time and glasses of water! What you will need: Sharp scissors or an x-acto knife Glasses full of water to hold cuttings Pot for planting Indoor or all-purpose potting soil for planting Decide how long you’d like the vines to beContinue reading “Pothos propagation”

Propagating snake plant

Can snake plants be started from cuttings? Snake plant can be started several ways. Perhaps the simplest method is to divide older plants. Snake plants, or mother-in-law tongue, as it is known by some, produces underground rhizomes that increase the size of the clump of upright shoots. Division is a way to get a largeContinue reading “Propagating snake plant”

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