Aglaonema Rooting with Water: Is It Possible?

The Chinese Evergreen – hardy plants – have become one of the most popular and recognizable group of plants for indoor use. With many new varieties of this appealing green plant you can effectively decorate any place.

Most people wonder whether Chinese evergreen plant can be cut and placed in water for rooting. The answer to this question is as simple as that – Aglaonema rooting with water is possible. However, while this plant is easy to root in water, planted-in-soil water roots do very poorly.

So, how to plant Aglaonema? The best way to propagate this gorgeous plant is by cutting a stem or division. Watch for new growth of the plant coming up at the base of it. Remove it from the base, then replant in a separate pot.

Chinese evergreen plants are beneficial. Not only these foliage plants are able to handle low light but they can also easily handle a wide array of soils and soil moisture.