Or should i cut it into half or into more pieces?
} How do you propagate Rubber Tree plants from cuttings? To propagate Rubber Trees this way, take cuttings of the stem tip or sections of a branch containing leaf nodes and root them out in water or soil. In a matter of months, you will have cuttings with new root growth, which you can then transplant to fully root out and begin pushing new stem and leaf growth.
Sep 14, First, I may take a few more cuttings to further shape the tree. Pretty new leaf emerging. If the plant is too large to take outside and wash, use a damp cloth and clean the leaves every now and then. Be sure to fertilize it occasionally as well.
I like to use organic fish emulsion diluted in water. Jan 03, Hi, I’m from Philippines I follow what you advice on how to propagate the rubber tree stem cutting. I already have 3 stem cutting of Rubber tree burgundy and all of them have a branches, I think per stem have a 6 or more than new branches but all of them are small, maybe inches.
It has been 2 weeks and 2 Days inside of plastic bag.
Nov 12, This method basically leaves the “cutting” on the rubber tree while it is rooting. The first step in propagating a rubber tree with air layering is to choose a stem to make into a new plant.
The stem should be at least 12 inches ( cm.) long, but can be longer if you would like.
Next, remove any leaves immediately above and below the. What you could do is cut the leaves 1/4 or 1/2 off, this is a trick I learned while rooting large leaved philos.
sprout_grower. 12 years ago. A friend of mine gave me a rubber tree that is about six feet tall. There were some leaves turning yellow towards the bottom and some branches I wanted to trim down and plant.
Rubber tree Cuttings, Meycauayan. 1, likes 38 talking about this. The Burgundy Rubber Tree is a spectacular indoor plant with thick, glossy leaves that range from a rich burgundy red to almost.