Watching new succulents grow is so exciting! And propagation is a great way to get more plants without buying more!
This is one of the most fun and unusual ways succulents propagate! Remove a leaf, give it some love and a new baby succulent will begin to grow!
It may sound scary, but beheading your succulent is a great way to get new plants! Replant the cutting and watch the base plant put off new babies too!
This is one of the most difficult ways to propagate succulents, or at least the one requiring the most patience. Still, it’s incredible to see a baby succulent grow from something so tiny!
From Offsets (Pups or Chicks)
Some succulents are great at making babies all on their own. Let you succulent do the work and you can remove the pups or chicks when you’re ready to plant them somewhere else!
While most people are able to get started with propagation fairly easily, they find it’s hard to transition a baby plant into the toddler, adolescent and eventually full adulthood. I’ll show you how to get started and how to make that transition to succulent adulthood successfully.
Here’s a sneak peek inside the course:
Upload a photo and I’ll personally diagnose what went wrong and how to fix it (easy, right?)
Get personalized advice to help you be more successful with the succulents you are propagating!