Are you looking to expand your houseplant family? Today I’m sharing three foolproof methods for propagating one of my all-time favorites—the Monstera Adansonii plant.

Monstera adansonii is also known as the “Swiss Cheese” plant, thanks to its iconic heart-shaped leaves with holes in them.

What you’ll need to propagate your Monstera Adansonii:

– A healthy Monstera adansonii plant with mature stems – Plant scissors – Clean water – Planting pot with drainage hole – Draining potting mix

How to Prepare Cuttings for Monstera Adansonii Propagation

First, sterilize the tool you have chosen, making sure it’s sharp.

Step 1

Step 2

Next, identify a mature leaf or stem from the parent plant that includes a root node or aerial root.

Step 3

Make the cut about a half-inch below the root node, which contains all the cells needed for the growth of new stems, leaves, and roots.

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