4 November 2020

Watch: How to propagate your houseplants

Find out how to multiply your Swiss cheese plant, orchid, spider plant, succulent, or prickly pear cactus at home with our expert, Eli Biondi.

By Grace Brewer and Ellen McHale

Leaf of a swiss cheese plant

Learn how to propagate common houseplants at home.

Did you know? Propagation is the process of producing new plants from part of a parent plant.

Eli Biondi, who manages the Princess of Wales Conservatory here at Kew Gardens, shares her expert knowledge of plant propagation which is used to supply our gardens and preserve rare and endangered species.

With Eli's easy to follow tips and tricks, multiply your houseplants to create an indoor jungle or the perfect gift for friends and family.

Interior shot of the Palm House with leafy greenery

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