Devil's ivy

Devil's ivy or golden pothos are easy to propagate in water.

Devil's ivy

Grab your scissors, cut your plant's stem below a node, and submerge in water for up to two weeks to root.

Jade plant

Jade plant is a succulent that can be propagated easily

Jade plant

If propagating in water, leave the stem to dry out and callous over the cut before placing it in water.

Jade plant

Use a rooting hormone with anti-fungal properties Change the water once or twice a week

Spider plant

If your spider plant is thriving with plenty of spider babies growing off it, you might like to have a go at propagating them.

Spider plant

Cut off a spider plant baby that has a little nub on it. This is where the roots will grow

Spider plant

Cut off a spider plant baby that has a little nub on it. This is where the roots will grow

Spider plant

Place the plant in water, ensuring only the roots are covered. Choose a spot with bright indirect light and wait for the roots to grow.

Fiddle leaf fig

– Another easy plant to try and propagate in water is the Fiddle leaf fig.

Fiddle leaf fig

look for a cutting with multiple nodes. Put the cutting in fresh water in a spot with indirect sunlight and wait for it to grow

Monstera

Grab your philodendron cutting and place it in water These plants are happy in all light situations

Lucky Bamboo

Grab your philodendron cutting and place it in water These plants are happy in all light situations