Also, how do I take a cutting from a money plant?
Take a sharp knife or pair of scissors and follow the stem of your little plant about 1/2cm under the soil and make a sharp, clean cut. You can then place this cutting into a pre prepared pot with multipurpose compost that has been slightly dampened.
Then, how long do succulent stem cuttings take to root?
Where do you cut a Money Tree to propagate?
Look for those nodes at the bottom of your six-inch section of stem, and cut roughly a centimeter below them. Try to cut at an angle of about 45 degrees. If your Money Tree has additional healthy branches to spare, you may consider taking a second cutting to improve the chances of successful propagation.
You can also encourage your Money Tree to branch out by pruning back stems that are leggy and long. You should cut these stems about 1/4 to 1/2 of an inch above the node, which is where it meets the trunk of the tree. Make the cut at a 45-degree angle in the direction that you want the growth to occur.