Succulent Care, Propagation & Design Tips

Propagating Succulent Plants From Leaves

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Propagating Succulent Plants From Leaves

Easy to Grow Leaf Babies Each little perfect leaf that falls can become an entire succulent plant. Lay them on cactus soil in the shade and a baby plant will appear at the end of each leaf. When the leaf has withered, it’s time to place your leaf baby in indirect sunshine. Follow instructions for Succulent arrangement care and watch your succulent leaf baby grow.

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Propagating Succulents From Cuttings

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Propagating Succulents From Cuttings

Look at all the little clusters of succulent babies! If you want more succulents, here’s the secret: when you take a cutting from a succulent the cutting grows new roots, and little baby succulents will appear along the stem to replace the cutting. This is how many succulent growers propagate their plants! ❤️❤️ Growing succulent babies is easy. ❤️Snip babies off the stem when they’re at least 1/2 to 1 inch across. ❤️Dip the bottom of the baby plants in ground cinnamon (it’s a natural fungicide). ❤️Place on dry cactus/succulent soil in a small pot not more than twice it’s...

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Succulent Arrangement Care

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Watering Your Succulent Dish Garden Succulents store water in their leaves, stems, and roots so they can go a week or more without being watered.  Drainage: If there's a drainage hole in your planter, add water until it flows from the drainage hole. If there's not a drainage hole, water only enough to dampen the soil top to bottom. You've given the right amount of water if the soil is barely damp or is dry within 3-4 days. We do not recommend misting succulents, water pooling on succulent leaves will rot them. If your plants outgrow their planter, replant in a larger planter with a...

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