Air layering in the Philodendron Birkin plant can be quite complex because this tropical plant is a slow grower. But for those who are ready to take the challenge, here's a quick tutorial.
1 First, choose a healthy stem as a starting point. The stems should be free from any signs of root rot and yellow leaves.
2 Make a vertical cut along the stem 2 inches long using a clean, sharp knife. This Philodendron plant was previously taken with some stem cuttings.
3 To prevent the stem from drying, wrap a bundle of damp peat moss or coconut coir around it to maintain a wet environment – perfect for fostering new root systems.
5 Cut your new cutting just below the new root growth with a sharp knife. Plant it in a new pot with drainage holes to prevent root rot.
Click the link to learn how to propagate Philodendron Birkin using Stem Cuttings.