Philodendron Propagation Cutting. Below you will find a step by step guide to each method. The aerial roots will eventually turn into supporting roots for your cutting.
In fact all you are going to need is a pair of scissors as well as a small container with some potting soil in it. For tip cuttings cut 2 to 3 inches off the end of the vine so that it contains the new leaves at the tip. Perlite vermiculite orchid bark and even sand will.
For stem cuttings remove a 10-inch vine and cut it into several 2 to 3 inch sections.
This is a method. It is the cutting that will continue to grow and will not need to rely on budding and shooting a new. The plant is known for its dense clumping lobed leaves. How to Propagate Philodendron by Stem Cuttings You can root philodendron stem cuttings in either a small container of potting soil or a cup of water.