HOW TO PROPAGATE
CHINESE MONEY PLANTS
All About Gardening
You'll need a sharp craft knife or small and precise shears. This process is quite technical, so the sharper your tools, the easier the removal and better chance of root development.
Choose a leaf that is relatively large – smaller leaves are far less likely to develop roots. Make sure the leaf is free of any damage or disease.
Use a sharp craft knife to cut the stem from the central trunk, taking a tiny bit with it.
Place the cutting in a glass of water keeping only the very end of the cutting submerged and the leaf above the water line.
Once the roots are an inch or two long and you notice small pups
beginning to grow at the base of the cutting
you’re ready to transplant into soil.
Be sure to keep the soil evenly moist, place plant in indirect sunlight, and don't fertilize until plant is established.