Rooting Tips

Take a cutting six or more inches long; cut just below the leaf joint. Remove the lower leaves before putting it in the rooter glass filled with water. Your cuttings will root best in a window with indirect sunlight. Once roots develop you may transplant your cuttings to soil or keep them in your ROOTS plant rooter where they will continue to grow.

Excessive root tangles should be trimmed to fit inside bulb. Water must be changed as soon as you see it become cloudy. If glass should become dirty, remove plant and fill glass with warm (not hot) water and a denture cleaning tablet. Rinse well with clean water before returning plant to glass Roots bulb. Do not use any brush or cleaning utensil in an attempt to clean your ROOTS bulb.

Listed below are just a few of the many plants that are easy to root:

  • All Variety of Ivy
  • Spider Plants
  • Philodendron
  • Wandering Jew