Have been enjoying both plants and trees for a few years in my home and back yard. I also love the succulents and cacti. I don’t photograph them often enough nor post about them too much.
There are several varieties of the Swiss cheese plant known as Monstera and 2 in particular which I love. They are the Monstera deliciosa and its miniature cousin Monstera adansonii.
It is a very fashionable plant to have these days as you can see on Instagram and other social media. I have had them for a while now and both of them have been doing great in my zone. I have never propagated either. My daughter Sasha recently decided that this is her favorite plant family. So I decided to give her the opportunity to begin her own propagation experience. Starting with the Mostera adansonii.
Getting Pots for planting
I’ve seen on Youtube that its quite simple to propagate without having to root a adansonii. A great example is from the Planterina channel video here.
In the photos above Sasha got a small pot and put soil in it. Afterward, she is getting individual leaf cutting to put into soil.
Once done cutting, the step is as simple as putting the cuttings into the top with soil.
Will be posting an update once its rooted.