Without soil, plants can absorb nutrients faster through water and grow more extensive root systems because less dense soil blocks root formation. If a plant lives in water, it clearly will not be underwatered, and without soil, the fungus and bacteria that cause root rot from overwatering are not present. Not all plants can live in this condition, but many varieties can thrive by this method too.
Tips: Keep adding fresh water twice a week, and it’ll keep on growing. If you like, transplant it into potting soil once the cutting sets new roots.
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