Combine equal parts vermiculite and perlite or fill 2-inch pots with potting mix.
Soak filled pots in water and allow to drain.
Take cuttings from 3rd row of leaves from middle of plant using clean scalpel taking at least 1-inch of stem with the leaf.
Write plant tag for each cutting if you want to track them (flower color, etc.).
Trim Leaf Stem
Place cutting on table with fuzzy side up. Cut last inch of stem at 45-degree angle, tapering to base.
Use dibber in potting mix to create hole and insert cutting with leaf resting on side of pot. Bottom of leaf should be just above soil level.
Close lid on clamshell if humidity is low.
Provide 12 hours light per day. East-facing natural light (without hot sun) is good. Avoid drastic temperature changes and drafts.
Keep even moisture and open clamshell if condensation forms.
You will see tiny leaves form at the base of the cutting which will gradually grow into new stems.It takes approximately 6-7 months to have a new plant.Repot somewhere between 4 to 8 months when plant looks ready.Do not fertilize until plant is mature.