Arrowhead Plants

How Do I Prune My Arrowhead Plant?

Kathie added on April 4, 2012 | Answered

I have an Arrowhead Plant but it only has one vine. It has grown to about 3 feet tall. I now read that I should prune it to make it more bushy. Did I wait too long? How should I prune it?

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Answered on April 5, 2012

Just snip the top of your plant, taking about 6-12 inches. This will keep the vine from continuing to grow and provide bushier growth. To maintain this bushy appearance, simply cut the climbing stems off as they develop. You can also use the cuttings to make new plants. They root easily in water.

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