Plants too big for your terrarium? Here's how to take cuttings and rejuvenate them!

A terrarium is a wonderful way to bring a touch of nature into your home, but sometimes plants grow faster and bigger than you expected. If you notice that your plants are getting too big for your terrarium, don't worry. There is a simple solution: cuttings! In this article we will show you step by step how to take cuttings and rejuvenate your overgrown plants so that you can keep them and grow a new generation.

Step 1.

Select the right stems Choose healthy, strong stems for cuttings. Make sure they are free of diseases, pests or damage. If your plant has long shoots, you can use these as cuttings. Otherwise you can select branches with multiple nodes.

Step 2.

Cut the cuttings Use a sharp and clean knife or scissors to cut the cuttings from the plant. Make sure each cutting has at least two nodes. Cut the cuttings diagonally, just below a knot.

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