How to Easy Propagate Philodendron erubescens

Philodendron erubescens or "Red Emerald" belongs to the Araceae family, it is an excellent ornamental plant in gardens, easy to care for, and can also be used as a potted houseplant.

Like most vine philodendrons, this one can be easily propagated by cuttings and division. When you take a piece of the stem, be sure to take a piece with multiple aerial roots.

Older plants will sprout aerial roots at their leaf nodes that act simultaneously as roots and grasping surfaces.

It is best to propagate philodendrons in the spring when the plant is actively growing, but plants that overgrow their pots can be propagated in other seasons if necessary.

Watch the video tutorial below and you will learn an easy way to propagate your Philodendron erubescens!

We hope you enjoy this video about Propagating Philodendron "Red Emerald"

Source: Nick Pileggi

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