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How to Take Care of Your New Cutting(s)

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Begonia rex from the packaging. Place the petiole in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size Mini to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until roots and tiny leaves start to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Begonia rex, it already has a small root system and may have pushed out a couple of tiny leaves. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots and leaves are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots and leaves (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Don’t worry if some new leaves are covered too, these will grow by any means. Don’t remove the mother leaf, as it’s a resource for energy and nutrients (it will dry out and/or fall off when it is no longer needed). Keep the soil slightly moist for the first couple of weeks, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures.

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil moist (but not too moist)
☁️ Prefers medium to high humidity
Tip: Don’t mist the plant with water, as the leaves are very sensitive and may get damaged

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Ceropegia woodii from the packaging. Place the stem including a node (the part where a pair of leaves has been removed) in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size Multi to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until roots start to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Ceropegia woodii, it already has a root system of at least 3 cm long. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Keep the soil slightly moist for the first week, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures.

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§The soil can dry out completely between waterings (water when the upper leaves are soft and squishy)
☁️ Doesn’t require high humidity

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Cyperus alternifolius from the packaging. Place the stem with leaves upside down in a glass filled with water (the stem must be faced upwards, and leaves should be under water).Β Wait until roots and new shoots start to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances.
When a new shoot has a length of at least 10 cm, you can transfer the cutting to soil. Make sure that the root system is covered with soil. Don’t worry if some shoots are covered, they will grow regardless. Keep the soil wet at all times!Β Tip: transfer the cuttings in an inner pot, which is placed in a decorative pot without drainage holes. Make sure the decorative pot is always filled with water.

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright (in)direct sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil wet at all times (see tip above)
☁️ Prefers high humidity

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Epipremnum aureum from the packaging. Place the stem including a node in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size Medium to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until a root starts to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Epipremnum aureum, it already has a root of at least 5 cm long. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Keep the soil slightly moist for the first couple of weeks, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures. A new leaf will appear very soon!

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil moist
☁️ Prefers medium humidity

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’ from the packaging. Place the stem including a node in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size Medium to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until a root starts to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’, it already has a root of at least 5 cm long. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Keep the soil slightly moist for the first couple of weeks, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures. A new leaf will appear very soon!

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil moist
☁️ Prefers medium humidity

Care after receiving the plantlet(s)
When you purchase a plantlet of the Mother of Thousands, it’s will be at least 2 cm long and will have a root system. Therefore, you can place the plantlet directly into soil. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the plantlet is fragile. Make sure the root system is covered with soil and it is ready to grow. When the plantlet matures, it will start producing it’s own plantlets.

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ The soil can dry out completely between waterings
☁️ Doesn’t prefer high humidity

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Monstera adansonii from the packaging. Place the stem including a node in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size Medium to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until a root starts to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Monstera adansonii, it already has a root of at least 5 cm long. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Keep the soil slightly moist for the first couple of weeks, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures. A new leaf will appear very soon!

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil moist
☁️ Prefers medium humidity

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Scindapsus pictus from the packaging. Place the stem including a node in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size MiniΒ to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until a root starts to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Scindapsus pictus, it already has a root of at least 3 cm long. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Keep the soil slightly moist for the first couple of weeks, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures. A new leaf will appear very soon!

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil moist
☁️ Prefers medium humidity

Care after receiving the cutting(s)
Unrooted:
Carefully unwrap your cutting of the Rhaphidophora tetrasperma from the packaging. Place the stem including a node in a glass filled with water. Tip: use our Propagation Plate Size Medium to prevent your cutting from falling in/out the water. Wait until a root starts to appear, which can take up to a few weeks, depending on the season and circumstances. Follow steps of rooted cuttings next.

Rooted:
When you purchase a rooted cutting of the Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, it already has a root of at least 5 cm long. Be extra careful when you unwrap the packaging, as the roots are fragile. It’s ready to be transferred directly into soil. However, you can also decide to place the cutting back to water to grow some more/longer roots (see above for tips).
If you transfer the cutting to soil, make sure the root system is covered with soil. Keep the soil slightly moist for the first couple of weeks, as the root system is used to loads of water. Decrease the amount of water when the cutting matures. A new leaf will appear very soon!

Care tips
β˜€οΈ Bright indirect sunlight
πŸ’§ Keep the soil moist
☁️ Prefers medium humidity

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