I did a search on the net for this and found a what looked like a good forum post on this here on this site, but it was posted in the wrong section was moved to this section of the forum.. It was a very old post 2008 and I am unable to find a repost of the thread here, so I will reopen the question I guess. How does one propagate a split leaf philodenron? When we bought this farm the people moving out left a good deal of stuff and one of the things was this sickly little plant. I had no idea what it was but I watered it and added some soil to it and voilla, it came to life and has really thrived in the five years since. It turns out it is a split leaf philodendron. As of this spring and summer it has started sending long shiny root like trailers that have invaded neighboring planters in the window in the kitchen and I got to thinking that I may be able to grow new plants this way. After determining what the plant was and studying it I found that in nature these grow down the tree to the ground to allow the plant to get more nutrients, but from what I can tell will not likely grow new plants if allow them to root and then cut them from the original plant. This got me to wondering exactly how I can propagate more plants from this one. I have a house full of giant aloes, jade trees, kalanchoe, pregnant onions, spider plants, christmas cactus, phylodendrum cordatum and avocado trees, not like I need any more plants, but who can resist. I would love to grow some more of these split leaf philodendron plants mixed into some of my other planter boxes in the house, I love the big green leafs and they would go great with the giant aloe plants filling the planter boxes in with some tall leafy structure between the giant aloe arms and the masses of bright orange flowered kalanchoe with the long pregnant onion leaves trailing over the sides of the planter boxes. Pretty much all of my plants were single plants given to me over the years by people and I honestly did not even know what they were at the time, nor did the people giving them to me, but through watching them I figured out how to propagate them and now I have veritable jungle in my house... lol... Does anyone know how to propagate these split leaf philodendrons?