How To Propagate Brasil Philodendron: A Step-By-Step Guide!

The Brasil Philodendron, also known as the Philodendron hederaceum ‘Brasil,’ is a beautiful plant that adds a touch of tropical greenery to any room. It’s a vining plant that can grow up to 10 feet long and has heart-shaped leaves with yellow-green variegation. Propagating this plant is easy, and in this blog post, we will guide you through the steps on how to propagate Brasil Philodendron.

Propagating by Stem Cuttings

One of the easiest ways to propagate a Brasil Philodendron is through stem cuttings. Here are the steps:

1. Choose a healthy stem: Select an established stem with at least two leaves.

2. Cut the Stem: Use clean scissors or shears to cut below one of the nodes (the point where leaves emerge from stems). Make sure your cutting has at least two nodes.

3. Remove bottom leaves: Trim off all but one or two sets of leaves from your cutting.

4. Place in Water: Fill a glass jar with water and insert your cutting so that its bottom end rests in water while its top stays above it.

5. Change Water Frequently: Change out the water every few days, keeping it fresh and free of bacteria growth for optimal rooting conditions.

6. Transplanting Cutting: Once roots have formed (usually within three weeks), carefully remove your rooted cutting from its water jar and transplant into soil mix appropriate for philodendrons

Propagating by Division

Another way you can propagate Brasil Philodendrons is by division if they become large enough to separate successfully:

1.Choose established plants – Look for mature plants with several stems or sections growing closely together in potting soil.

2.Remove Plant From Pot – Gently remove entire root ball intact using pruners or garden shears.

3.Separate Stems – Divide the plant by gently separating stems at root ball. Be sure to keep as many roots on each section as possible.

4.Replant in Soil – Plant your new sections into soil mix appropriate for philodendrons, being careful not to pack soil too tightly around newly transplanted sections.


Propagating a Brasil Philodendron can be quite satisfying and rewarding. With a little time and effort, you can create beautiful new plants that will thrive in any space with plenty of light and moist soil. Choose your preferred method, from stem cuttings to division, or try out both techniques. Before long, you’ll have an entire network of vibrant greenery!