1. Choose A Healthy Parent Plant
Choosing a healthy parent plant for propagating Monstera is like giving the new plant a strong and healthy start. Healthy parent plants provide cuttings with lots of energy and fewer chances of diseases or pests. These cuttings have better odds of growing roots and becoming healthy plants themselves.
Think of it like starting with a good recipe, the healthier the ingredients (or parent plant), the better the outcome. Healthy plants also grow faster, and when you take cuttings from them, the new plants get a head start in adapting to their new homes. So, starting with a healthy parent plant increases the chances of success and a thriving new Monstera.