One great way to expand a houseplant collection or share plants with friends (without spending money) is to propagate your plants from cuttings. Propagation from cuttings is a form of asexual reproduction, meaning you only need one plant to do it, and the new plant will be genetically identical to the original plant.
Climbing plant species are particularly easy to propagate, and many of the most popular houseplants fall into this category. Climbing and vining plant species that are commonly sold as houseplants include all Philodendron species, Pothos (Epipremnum aureum), Monstera species, and Swedish Ivy (Plectranthus verticillatus). The propagation method for each of these types of houseplant will be the same.
Climbing plants can be propagated simply and quickly from cuttings. There are a few important things to know before propagating, but the process is almost foolproof if you follow the right steps.
The process starts with taking stem cuttings that include at least one node, and putting them in water, moss, or soil until they establish new roots. After the roots have grown several inches, the cutting can be moved to a more permanent container of soil and grown like a normal houseplant.