Place lucky bamboo cuttings in a container with water and stones. Change the water regularly to keep it fresh.
Pothos cuttings can be propagated in water. Simply place a cutting with a few nodes in a jar or vase, ensuring the nodes are submerged.
Spider plant "pups" or baby plants can be rooted in water. Once roots develop, transfer them to a container filled with water.
Similar to pothos, philodendron cuttings can be placed in water until roots appear. Once rooted, they can be transferred to soil or kept in water.
Chinese evergreen cuttings can be rooted in water. Change the water regularly to prevent stagnation.
Once roots are established, you can transfer them to soil or leave them in water.
African violet leaves can be rooted in water. Place a healthy leaf in a container with water and wait for roots to develop.
Wandering Jew cuttings can be rooted in water. Once roots are visible, transfer them to a water-filled container or plant in soil.
Coleus cuttings can be propagated in water. Once roots form, you can transplant them to soil or continue growing them in water.
Monstera cuttings with nodes can be rooted in water. Once the roots are well-established, you can transfer them to soil.