The Croton is perhaps one of the most colourful plants there is. Extra fun to multiply that cheerfulness. The cuttings of the Croton? That’s how you do it!
The propagating of a palm is simple. Although it takes a few weeks to months to root a palm cutting. Patience is therefore certainly needed with palm cuttings!
Aspidistra plants can be stung by cracks. Sticking through cracks is easy, but takes some patience.
Syngonium is easy to care for as a houseplant and as a tropical plant in an ecosystem. Handy that the plant is also easy to propagate!
Kalanchoe is a succulent plant with no less than 125 species. Easy to care for and a houseplant that is easy to cut. How is it propagated? Well, this way!
The Clusia is not only easy and air-purifying but also easy to propagate. Well, some plants just like to make it very easy for you.
How do you actually propagate a plant? A knife or scissors, glass with water and your favorite houseplant are the only things you need. Good luck!
The propagating of an Anthurium is done by tearing them apart. How does that work, and what should you do with the cuttings afterwards? You read it here!
The propagation of the Calathea works basically the same as with the Banana plant. The plant grows shoots that eventually develop their own roots.
The propagation of the Lipstick plant, Aeschynanthus, is very simple. You do need some patience, but then you get a full houseplant in return.