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9 Plants you can Grow with Just Water

We’ve finally found a solution for people who love houseplants. Here are 9 plants that can grow hydroponically, meaning they can survive without potting soil.

1.Pothos ( Money Plant) : Take tip cuttings of any length & put cut end into some water making sure that 2-3 nodes are submerged in water.

2. Arrowhead : This plant is similar to pothos.

Tip cuttings can be potted up with a few nodes below the water level.

3. Philodendrons : Dainty heart-leaved philodendrons, as well as the large, split-leaved types do equally well in water.

Take 6-8 inch cuttings of growing tips, place a piece of rock in container to prevent accidental tipping.

4. Peace Lily :

You can pot up divisions or use an entire plant growing in a pot. Wash off soil from roots & put it in Hydroponic Vase.

5. Aluminum plant : This beautiful plant with silver markings do very well in water.

6. Dracaena : commonly grown in water as Chinese lucky bamboo incidentally is no bamboo, but a variety of dracaena.Others like corn plant (D. fragrans), Song of India (D. reflexa) are good choices, support needed for these top heavy plants.

7. Dieffenbachia (Dumb cane) : Cut top growth and pot up in water after the cut end becomes dry. Care must be taken while handling this plant; its sap is so caustic, it can burn your skin.

8. Chinese evergreen (Aglaonema) : Cuttings or clean whole plants growing in pots & put them in Hydroponic Vase.

9. Chlorophytum (Spider plant, Airplane plant) : Put large plantlets or entire plants cleaned of all soil particles in goldfish bowls full of water.

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