Most Loved Indoor Plants To Root From Cuttings In Water

Root Indoor Plants In Water

A Gardenista that has a full garden indoors flourishing and looking lovely where she or he can admire the sun hitting the leaves at sunset often finds themselves wanting more of that magic. There’s more plant magic that can be found when rooting a new plant just from a single cutting of your older plants.

The cool thing about this plant magic is being able to see the roots forming in a clear glass just filled with water. This is how easy it is to root these most loved plants indoors. The houseplants listed below are a list of the most popular houseplants that ALL plant obsessed want more of and so easy to get more with this propagation method.

Monstera deliciosa (Swiss Cheese Plant)

Photo: Etsy – RareHousePlants

This show piece really puts on a show with every new slit and the leaves get bigger and bigger with age. A fast grower and those leaves are breathtaking! One leaf cut at the base of the stem where there is a bulge can be cut from the mother plant and placed in water to form roots. See how to increase indoor humidity for this plant care.

Goldon Pothos (Devil’s Ivy)

Photo Credit: Etsy – TheWisteriaLN

English Ivy

An Oldy but Goody! The vines we all love and can easily be grown in water too! There’s more benefits to gain by propagating this indoor houseplant that can be found here at thenewhealthcycle.com.

Photo Credit: Etsy – HappilyPlants

Pilea peperomioides (Chinese Money Plant)

Photo Credit: Etsy – FullBloomNursery

Vegetables

Yes! Some vegetables can be grown indoors and be a lovely addition to your indoor garden design. Not all vegetables are best suited to be grown indoors so we picked the top 3 vegetables that can be easily re-grown just by placing in water! It’s so easy! Just cut the tops off close to the bottom where the roots were before they were cut off and place the bottom in water. The roots of these vegetables will re-grow.

  • Lettuce
  • Celery
  • Green Onions

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