How to Propagate Snake Plants: 3 Super Simple Methods



Are you a snake plant enthusiast looking to expand your houseplant collection without breaking the bank? 

Well, look no further! Propagating your existing snake plant is not only a cost-effective solution but also a fun and rewarding experience.

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3 Simple Methods: How to Propagate Snake Plants

Propagate Snake Plant by Leaf  Cuttings

- Soil Propagation - Water Propagation


Propagate Snake Plant by Root  Division

- Gently remove the snake plant from its pot and loosen the soil around the roots. - Carefully separate the root clusters with a sharp knife or gently pull them apart. - Each root cluster should have multiple leaves and at least one set of roots.


Propagate Snake Plant by Rhizome Cuttings

Rhizomes are underground stems that can be used to propagate snake plants. Rhizomes are typically found at the base of the plants growing horizontally in the soil with roots growing from them in intervals.


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