Propagated philodendron
I received a propagated plant from a friend, it looks like there is only one stem that was propagated. Will this become a full plant or should there have been more than one stem planted? Thanks for your help.
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    Pei It will likely be only one stem!
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      Leah Can I propagate this one stem further to make for a fuller overall plant? What do you suggest?
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        Pei It would be unlikely to make a fuller plant out of just one stem, unfortunately. What you can do is wait for 3 to 6 month till the stem is long enough and cut it into several sections and stick it in the soil. Make sure to put the nodes (the bumpy stuff) in the soil. Propagation is always a test of your patience if you don't mind the wait.
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          Nicole I've been wondering- Will the original cut stem continue to grow? Or will it forever be the length it was cut?
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            Pei The original cut will continue to grow.
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          Leah Thank you!!