First clean the knife you might be using.
Keep the knife under hot water and clean them well. This prevents you from unnecessarily transferring bacteria during the propagation.
Do you happen to have disinfectant or pure alcohol? Disinfect the tools after using hot water. Let's get away with those bacteria and fungi!
Choose the way you would like to propagate. You can choose to place the cuttings in water, or directly into soil.
In both cases, cut a piece with at least one leaf.
Do you happen to have cutting powder at home? Then you can apply the cutting powder to the ‘open wound’ of the cutting. Let the powder dry well!
Don’t have any cutting powder? No problem. You can also easily propagate without. Although the use of cutting powder can stimulate root growth. So it is an interesting option to consider.
It is important to regularly moist the leaves with a plant sprayer. As soon as the cutting has roots of about 5 to 10 cm, you can repot it.
For cuttings in soil, make sure to keep the soil slightly moist. As soon as you notice that the cutting is stuck in the soil, roots will probably have formed. You can then remove the plastic bag.