Succulents are one hardy plant that everyone loves to have more of on their window sill. Propagating (produce more from a parent source) is an easy way to help your little succulents be fruitful and multiply.
Sometimes our tiny succulent friends drop their leaves. Maybe they were too dry. Maybe they were overwatered. Maybe they just decided it was time to jump ship and get a place of their own. Or maybe you just clip one to start a new one. Whatever the reason, save those leaves!
One lone leaf can soon become another piece of green in your plant family.
To start a new plant from leaves, follow these easy steps:
From time to time, you will have a succulent that bucks the system a bit. It might grow tall and lanky. It might start looking sickly. You may just want to thin out a grouping. Again, whatever the reason, you can use this as a chance to increase your succulent population in a few easy steps.
How’s that for easy peasy succulent propagation? Oh, and if your collection suddenly morphs into a greenhouse – no one has ever said no to a succulent gift!
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