Philodendron Plants

Pinching Philodendron

Anonymous added on January 11, 2014 | Answered

How do you pinch back the vines that are long? And what do you do with the vines you have cut back?

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Answered on January 11, 2014

With this plant, pinching the vines is just that. The length you want the vine to be, you can pinch them right there. It is best to pinch them right below where a leaf is growing, but you do not have too. With the vegetation that is pinched off, you can remove the lower 1-3 leaves and place them in a glass of water. They will root and you can replant them to grow more plants.

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