Posted 1w ago by @Stall54Jo

Cut back several long stems and put right back in the soil. Hoping for successful propagation to fill out the pot. Can you believe this started from 3 small pcs I found on the floor in the store. First pick is first potting. #happyplants #plantsmakepeoplehappy #newgrowth #propagationstation
Always reverses the order of the πŸ“Έ #jodisplace of course the second is first planting. Will I ever learn to use this thing right???? Such a technaphobe.
Inchplant is so pretty ❀
I have this plant and I love how easy it props! All my friends have this plant now, too. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…
I need me one of these for sure πŸ˜­πŸ™ŒπŸΌ They’re just too beautiful and I love that they’re easy to prop. I hope they continue to thrive for you! Can’t believe it came from 3 pcs you found on the floor , absolutely amazing!
Yes I believe it. I got a 2 inch vine from my daughter’s plant that broke off. And another 4 inch that she had rotting in a jar. I took it since she wasn’t caring for it properly. I have given away 4 full plants from those and still have these.
@JungleLady505 OMG That plant is soon beautiful 😍 It is also so satisfying to watch life prosper with these plants.
Yupppppp.. I just did this with my baby bunny belly... trimmed her up and stuck the trimmings in a pot. They rooted in a few days and I gave them to a coworker. All started from a few broken pieces found on a store floor.
@Stall54Jo how far down from the node do you cut?

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