AUTOPLAY
Propagate Devil’s Ivy
10 steps
What you’ll need
Devil’s Ivy
Cup Or Vase
Pots
Potting Mix
Take a cutting from a healthy Devil’s Ivy plant
1. Take a cutting from a healthy Devil’s Ivy plant
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Snip either side of the node at the bottom of each leaf
2. Snip either side of the node at the bottom of each leaf
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They should look like this once you are done
3. They should look like this once you are done
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Sit the leaves in water. Make sure that the node is in the water - the roots will grow from the node
4. Sit the leaves in water. Make sure that the node is in the water - the roots will grow from the node
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Your baby plants are ready to go once the roots have reached at least 3cm long in about 2 weeks
5. Your baby plants are ready to go once the roots have reached at least 3cm long in about 2 weeks
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Now it is time to plant! Fill your pot with quality potting mix
6. Now it is time to plant! Fill your pot with quality potting mix
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Make a hole approximately the length of the root. Then place the root into the soil
7. Make a hole approximately the length of the root. Then place the root into the soil
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Make sure to press down around the leaf to firm the soil. Add extra soil to the top if needed
8. Make sure to press down around the leaf to firm the soil. Add extra soil to the top if needed
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Give them a good water to set the soil
9. Give them a good water to set the soil
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And you’re done! Water the plants a couple of times per week while they get established
10. And you’re done! Water the plants a couple of times per week while they get established
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