Top Houseplants To Propagate And Sell

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First up is Maranta, also known as the prayer plant. This guy is super low maintenance and his leaves fold up at night like hands that are ready to pray.

Next on our list is the peace lily. She’s more than just pretty with her white blooms and green foliage, she also purifies the air in your home. Talk about a win-win!

Now let’s talk about Pothos. This vine-y fella can grow long enough to be mistaken for Rapunzel’s hair! Just snip off some cuttings and give them some water and they will grow roots like there’s no tomorrow.

Cast Iron may have daunting leaves but don’t be scared, they’re tough as nails! Plus, their large size makes them ideal for statement pieces in the living room.

Ficus trees are great because they vary in size from bonsai-like versions to large shady trees. They propagate easily by using stem cuttings with leaves attached.

If Hoya could win an award for best-smelling plant it totally would! Their flowers smell like heaven on Earth and if put in bright light they will thrive so intensely you’ll feel basic.

Spider Plant easily produces spiderling babies pretending mom can’t see them hanging down from its stems. Popping those little guys into the soil without severing the connection creates continuity amongst family members around your abode.

Eye-catching Monstera or Swiss Cheese plant has iconic perforated holes riddling its wide leaves making it stand out among any crowd of plants obnoxiously screaming “look at me!”

Syngonium’s arrowhead-shapedleaves make its propagation process very straightforward forward cutting above every third or fourth leaf conserving size and minimizing soil and water requirements along the way.

Shefflera’s glossy green leaves, multiple stems, and heights as well as low maintenance make this a first-time plant parent’s preferred pick.

For those wanting pops of color in their living spaces, the bright and vivacious Begonia is for you! They propagate from leaf cuttings which create variegated clones.

ZZ plants have tough rhizomatic roots that store water for future droughts making them perfect for those who forget to water often. Bonus: put it in a dark corner of your house where decor fears to tread– they thrive!

Scindapsus is devilishly good at creeping along trellises or hanging out mostly wherever these guys land rooting themselves into their new habitats.

Money Tree basically grows like seed money into bushy shapes when propagated by branch-cuttings from established money tree trunks unlike planting cash itself underneath soil (ahhh…if only).

Bird of Paradise will rock its exotic headdresses with pride even indoors. And talk about show-offs, they can grow up to six feet tall so giving away cuttings will first get questions on how big you should grow it before getting clippings for friends.

Pilea Peperomoides cord-like stems know everyone just wants her round dime-sized leaves no matter how much she tries hiding them under her dazed face. Get yourself one and promise not to yank every flying saucer-shaped leaf off when passing by

Chinese Evergreen has unique patterns moving slowly over wide-ish surfaces guaranteeing things may never be boring around your space again! Propagation works best with the crown division if staggering different colored cultivars providing consistent color all year long speaks to ya’.

Peperomia comes in many colors, shapes, and sizes where propagation starts from every single leaf discovered lying on the floor. This style ensures growth continuity preserving the original plant’s natural shape characteristics’ and elevation scaling perfectly.

Rhipsalis’ cactus-like but not attitude provides a basis for propagating spillover below or on top shelves where leaves droop giving the illusion that your hubby is just too rough when watering.

Burro’s Tail Succulent totally fakes its resemblance to donkeys except in texture growing cascades of pebble-shaped leaves. Easily carved up into segments, their name comes from water conservation storing trailing stems filled with moisture making them perfect as succulents can be.

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First up is the Philodendron Burle Marx Fantasy. This stunning beauty has distinctive leaves that are heart-shaped and glossy. Propagating this plant is super simple since it grows quickly and easily from stem cuttings.

Next on the list is the Golden Pothos. This popular houseplant has trailing vines covered in variegated green and yellow leaves – adding just enough brightness to any room. Not to mention, it’s known for removing toxins and purifying indoor air!

For a little touch of pink goodness, try propagating Syngonium Podophyllum Albo. It’s commonly called an arrowhead vine due to its elongated heart-shaped leaves that grow in clusters on climbing stems.

If you’re looking for something unique yet easy to care for, give Hoya Sp Aff Burtoniae a shot! Sometimes referred to as a “Wax Plant,” this little gem features tiny white or pink flowers that look almost waxy when they bloom. Plus, its broad oval leaves make it stand out among other succulent-spreading options.

Another Monstera variety worth propagating is Monstera Standleyana (also called “Five Holes Plant.”) Its foliage boasts holes punctuated carefully across big and round dark greenheart-shaped foliage

Hoya Polyneura (Fishtail Hoya) boasts thin fishtail-like shapes throughout each leaf at different angles making them undeniably eye-catching!

Syngonium Batik has beautiful dark veining patterns running through central areas of its light-colored foliage giving it a unique appearance that will set off any decor style.

For a plant that rivals the textiles inside your home, try taking care of and propagating Philodendron Micans! Gorgeous green with almost velvety soft leaves means it’s sure to find admirers no matter where they’re placed.

Last, but not least, is Kalanchoe. This charming and low-maintenance succulent blooms bright burst with delicate flowers clustered tightly atop stems amidst deep-colored leaves offers an unexpected pop of color.

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First off, propagation is key. Take cuttings from larger plants and grow them in water or soil until they’re ready to be potted on their own. Not only will this give you more options for your own home jungle, but you can also sell or swap these newly grown babies and make a profit.

Another avenue to explore is Facebook groups dedicated specifically to buying, selling, and trading plants. These online communities are a great way to connect with like-minded individuals while also making some extra cash. Simply snap some photos of what you have available, post it in the group, and wait for interested buyers.

For those who prefer a more professional approach, setting up an Etsy shop is another excellent option. This platform allows you to showcase your inventory alongside other handmade items and connect with customers all over the world.

And let’s not forget about Instagram – everyone’s favorite app for sharing perfect pictures of our precious plants. Use hashtags like #plantsofinstagram or #plantsforsale along with posting enticing photos of what’s available in order to attract potential buyers.

Lastly, Shopify offers another user-friendly option that simplifies the process even further. With customizable templates and secure payment systems already built-in, launching an online store has never been easier.

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Items needed: Clear container (tupperware, takeout container, plastic tote) – Plant pots/cups (5oz & 3oz cups) – Soldering Iron – Substrate (Sphagnum Moss)






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Step 1: Cover the substrate if it doesn’t reach the top of the nursery pot. You can use polyfill, dry paper towel, or newspaper. Secure it with thick masking tape. If the substrate is to the top of the nursery pot then you can just use the tape to secure it in the pot for shipping.

Step 2: Prevent the plant from moving around in the box during shipping.

Step 3: Pack the plant securely in the box with shipping paper.

Step 4: Use prepaid shipping labels instead of paying when dropping off the package.

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