I concentrate on outdoor garden plants, but I also have a few indoors. My favourite is producing young and I want to eventually have a couple more for different places in the house. Time for action. Today is the day to take action with the Chlorophytum. We got his thing a while ago now and it has produced offspring. We placed one in a wter-filled glass bottle whilst still attached to the mother plant. We left it a few weeks, waiting for it to produce roots. The roots were formed and now the next stage is to plant the “ baby “ into a small, soil-filled container to establish. Once the young plant shows signs of having “taken”, the umbilicus will be severed and it will be ready to begin its life on its own. Here it is below in its soil pot. The other situation is a baby plant, which has produced its own babies. I clipped it free from the mother and placed it in water. Now is the proud mum and children. I do not know for sure which Chlorophytum it is but the leaves are wider and shorter than the other ones that I have had in the past.