How to Propagate Tradescantias

Even the best of love and care, tradescantias will unfortunately start to get leggy and brown after a year or two.

Worry not though, as they're super easy to propagate! There are 3 things you can do with your cuttings and turn your aging plant into dozens of beautiful, new plant babies. 

1. Plant

Cut a stem, place it in soil, and keep moist. New growth should start to appear within a couple of weeks.

2. Place in Water

Cut a stem and place in water. Once you'e got some good roots go ahead and plant it up.

3. Lay on Soil

Place a long length ontop soil. Roots will take from multiple nodes on the soil. Great option if you're wanting a big plant, quickly.

It really is as easy as that! Plant babies anyone?

Happy Planting

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