Preparing Pandan for Soil Planting

13 days ago, I cut off several off-shoots or ‘babies’ of my Pandan plants (Pandanus Amaryllifolius) to prepare them for planting in soil. My intent, I repeat, was/is not to convert them to hydroponic plants but to stimulate root growth so that they can be planted in soil, grown normally and fed with (preferably) organic fertilizers.

The matured cut-offs, as expected, presented no problems and are developing nice strong roots.

New strong root growth.

New strong root growth.

The smaller ones I usually watch carefully to make sure the water level is always high enough, covering their root area. The result …

Nice strong roots.

Nice strong roots!

It’s so easy… isn’t it?

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