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Aglaonema cuttings and propagation without supplies

ALL ABOUT PROPAGATING

How do you propagate an Aglaonema?

Aglaonema is the perfect bathroom plant. They love a humid environment and like to stand in dark places. Taking care of the Aglaonema is not easy. Get to know the plant well, then you hardly have to worry about it anymore. You recognize an Aglaonema, just like the Calathea and Maranta, by her striking leaf drawings.

The cutting of the Aglaonema is very simple. In principle you don’t need any supplies next to your hands. Okay, maybe a towel against the junk will come in handy. Just tear it!

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Propagating the Aglaonema in 4 steps

1. preparation is half the work

You propagate an Aglaonema by tearing the plant into several plants. It can certainly be a bit awkward when you stab the plant for the first time. We therefore recommend to have some supplies at hand.

Decontaminate with a sharp knife to be sure. You can use pure alcohol or disinfectant. Make sure the knife is dry before using it.

2. Repotting the Aglaonema

You propagate an Aglaonema by tearing the plant into several plants. It can certainly be a bit awkward when you stab the plant for the first time. We therefore recommend to have some supplies at hand.

Decontaminate with a sharp knife to be sure. You can use pure alcohol or disinfectant. Make sure the knife is dry before using it.

3. Tear the mother plant

Before you start tearing the mother plant, it is wise to consider how many cuttings you would like to divide the plant into. Then carefully tear the mother plant apart.

Keep in mind that the cuttings have their own roots.

Isn’t tearing so easy? Then take the knife and cut the root ball apart.

4. Repot and grow

Satisfied? Then you can provide the cuttings and mother plant with a flowerpot. Use fresh soil, so that the cuttings have enough nutrients to repair root damage.

Place the cuttings in a spot with indirect sunlight, and keep the soil slightly moist. This promotes root growth.

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