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The Original Handmade Hanging Plant Rooter Vase

Posted by The Brass Butterfly on Apr 20th 2021

Let The Rooting Begin

BEGINNING THE PROCESS:

Fill the glass vase approximately 2/3 full. Always use tepid water. Select a cutting from your favorite plant. Cut just below the leaf joint and remove all the lower leaves that will be covered with water. Trim any root tangles to fit loosely inside the vase. Insert the cuttings into the neck of the vase. Enjoy watching as your plants grow and produce new roots.

FINDING THE RIGHT LOCATION:

Place the vase where it will receive indirect sunlight and a normal room temperature. Direct sunlight is not advisable, it tends to make the water murky. Using the included hook you can hang the vase just about anywhere.

CARE: 

Frequent changing of the water will eliminate creation of root rot and mineral deposits. When plant roots reach about 1-2” long, you can plant in soil if desired.