Clone your Monstera Deliciosa plants for FREE! Learn how to propagate monstera plants with these simple tips.
Supplies Needed You don’t need much to multiply your monstera plants and this process could not be easier to do.– sharp pruners– monstera plant - rooting hormone- potting soil
Find a young healthy leaf and a node.
With clean pruners, cut a section off the monstera with the node. (Feel free to do this when you want to control the size of the monstera. Instead of tossing the cuts in the compost pile, you can propagate them.)
Make a hole in the soil, dip the fresh cut in rooting hormone then gently put in the hole and cover with soil. (You can also do this without dipping it in rooting hormone first, but I prefer using it before planting).
Move the container to a location with bright, indirect light.
Make sure the soil stays evenly moist.
To keep cuttings healthy and encourage root growth, mix rooting hormone with the water when hydrating it.
Follow along to learn more about how to grow Monstera Deliciosa.