If you’ve read any good guides on house plant care, they probably say that there’s no need to root in water and that roots that emerge in water are not the same as roots that rooted in soil. This is all very true, but my position is that rooting in water gives you another opportunity to display plants in a delightful way (whether in glass jars or a super cool propagation holder like The Cradle).
Bright Indirect Light “Requirements” by Plant Type
Famous last words heard by houseplants: “Bright indirect light?” This spot seems bright enough. Your interior light levels form the growth potential of the plant. Your care efforts realize that potential (watering, fertilizing, repotting). Good light is the PREREQUISITE for a plant to grow but the term “bright indirect light” fails to convey anything concrete. […]