How to propagate Monstera

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How to propagate Monstera

Jan 26, 2022

Propagating a Monstera is so rewarding and the quickest and easiest way to create your very own jungle at home. Let us help you make a start!

  • Find the Node – Nodes are where new branches (petiole) start. Signified by a slightly swollen ridge around them. Locate a healthy, growing section of your Monstera plant with at least one healthy leaf and a node.
  • Snip the Stem – With a clean pair of cutters, cut the section off the Monstera, including the node. You can also propagate healthy leaves with nodes that you pruned off your monstera to control its size.
  • Water Time – Pop your freshly cut Monstera leaf into a glass and place in a nice sunny spot. Although Monsteras are very good at propagating, if you would like the speed up the process, you can use Clonex gel, a rooting hormone that works in both wet and dry mediums.
  • Patience – Change out the water at least once a week and within a few months, you should have roots. Once those roots are an inch or two long, you can plant your Monstera in soil.

We stock a huge range of rooting products, including powders, gels, propagators, soils and more! The team at Bumbles are always happy to offer advice, plus we have some great gardening guides in our help & advice section.

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