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What house-plant cuttings can be rooted in a glass of water?

Among others, philodendron, geranium, begonia, coleus, English ivy, oleander, wandering Jew, Chinese evergreen, and pandanus. Cover a wide-mouthed tumbler with perforated wax paper and insert stems through the holes to support leaves above the water and to reduce evaporation. A narrow-necked bottle provides similar support and reduces evaporation as well. Give more water as the supply goes down in the receptacle.


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