8 Plants You Can Start With Only Cuttings And A Glass Of Water


8 plants you can start with cuttings and a glass of water

Every time we are trapped inside we want to have more indoor plants to keep us company and make you feel more exuberant. Even amateur green thumbs tend to feel this pull to acquire and nurture more plants.

In this article, we have this quick reference for some of the easier plants that only require a cut and some water to start over.

1. English Ivy
The vines are often very easy to propagate, as they love to climb and roam, and English ivy is no different. Place cutouts in only a few inches of water in a window facing north or indirect sunlight. In a few weeks you should see roots that appear in the water and then you can plant on the ground.

2. African violet
To propagate in the water, place the leaf with the stem in the water, standing up with the creative use of the waxed paper. Use an elastic band to secure a small section of waxed paper over a glass or container filled with water. Punch holes in the paper so that the stem rises in the water. 2-5 weeks later you should have some roots that can be planted in the soil.

3. Pothos
The cut should be about 5 inches long and there should be nodules under the water in the jar or vase since that is where the roots will grow from.

4. Spider plants
The long tendrils of this plant perfectly create many babies to plant water. They just need to be in the water for a week or two to be able to take root.

5. Most succulents
Most succulents are easy enough to start with just water. However, the succulents need to be dry a little so that the wound does not calm down before placing them in the water.

6. Zebrina Pendula
You want to make sure that at least one nodule or a joint in the leaf is under water when you spread zebrina pendula in the water. The good thing about this plant is that its long and ungainly stems are excellent for making cuttings from

7. Papyrus
Being a plant that grows in the water and near it, it is not surprising that the papyrus cuttings thrive when placed in the water. The trick with these guys is that the cut head goes into the water! The roots develop quite fast.

8. Croton
It takes approximately 4 weeks for a croton cut to make new roots. The cut should be 3-6 inches long and have at least 3 leaves.

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