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} May 24, Fill the small plastic pot with a 50/50 mix of potting soil and perlite and moisten with a spray bottle. Before planting, apply a rooting hormone to the end of each cutting. Then, poke a small hole in the center of the potting medium and push the cutting in, Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Apr 18, Potting the cutting in the soil. Place the end of the stem into your hormone and then place it into the pot which should be well moistened prior to.

The rubber plant is special in that unlike at the top of the article, yes you can propagate in water, in this case it doesnt need to be rooted in water. They can just work their magic right in the treechop.pwted Reading Time: 7 mins.

I used one of those black disposable plant containers with holes in the bottom to propagate mine in my Salad Container Propagation Station.

To propagate Rubber Trees this way, take cuttings of the stem tip or sections of a branch containing leaf nodes and root them out in water or soil. In a matter of months, you will have cuttings with new root growth, which you can then transplant to fully root out and begin pushing new stem and leaf growth.

Jan 03, Dip the cutting in rooting hormone and grab your pot filled with moist soil. Unlike Monsteras, Rubber trees do not need to root in water. These get planted right into fresh soil and are happy clams. He should look like this! Provide a (mini) greenhouse. Remember that plastic bag? This is where you need it. Create a small hole in the rooting medium and place one-half to two-thirds of the stem into the hole, leaving all leaves above the surface. Water just until moist and cover the medium back over the stem.

Enclose the whole pot and plant in clear plastic to prevent drying. Keep the cutting in indirect light and between 65 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Nov 12, Propagating a rubber tree plant from cuttings starts with getting a good cutting. The cutting should be about 6 inches (15 cm.) long and have at least two sets of leaves.

The next step in how to start a rubber tree plant from cuttings is to remove the bottom set of leaves from the cutting. If you would like, you can dip the cutting in rooting hormone.

Then, place the rubber tree cutting in moist but well-draining potting soil. Cover the cutting.

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