`Doña Eva` is one of the most expensive Mussaendas because it is the most difficult to root by stem cuttings. Cleft grafting is the most effective method. The technique involves: a) selection of scion, the brown stem with actively growing green or red shoots; b) use of appropriate age of scion from `Dona Eva`, and the appropriate or compatible rootstock, either `Dona Luz` or `Dona Aurora` or `Baby Aurora`; c) preparation of scion and rootstock; and d) grafting. It is best done from January to April when the plant is dormant. The grafted plants will flower after ten weeks. Cleft grafting may also be done in July-August, three days after pinching or removing the two pairs of young leaves from the scion. The grafted plant will flower after eight months. The stem cuttings of this cultivar would root after 3-4 weeks when using a rooting hormone. However, there is a possibility of 50% mortality, 5-7 days after transplanting, and after 3-5 months, only 2% of the plants may survive.