I accidentally learned that you could propagate succulents when I got mad at one of mine for growing too big and silly looking for my terrarium. I put it in a bowl in a dark cupboard for a few months and once in a while I would squeeze some water from a rag onto it if I was feeling bad about holding it prisoner in there. One day I noticed that little babies were sprouting from it all over the place. I had no idea this was a thing at the time and just decided to cut them off and plant them in some soil. I have since done some reading on propagating succulents and it's so neat! Here are just a few older photos of some of my plants, and some of those babies, that I wanted to post so that I can see how much they grow.
Beautiful! I need to get me some of these.ReplyDelete
Thanks! You definitely do! They are so fun.Delete
That story is absolutely hilarious! It sounds like something I would do, I often get annoyed at my plants if they do weird stuff. I just started an attempt at propagating some of my succulents, a few of them have roots and a few of them turned to mush, we'll see what happens.. Yours are looking great!ReplyDelete
I'm glad you liked it, haha! It is totally unreasonable to get mad at plants for not growing the way you want them to but, oh well!Delete
Isn't it so neat? I've had a few turn to mush too if they get too wet or were too old to start with. I have a few more that fell off growing little babies and I'm really excited!
They are so cool! I love succulents, im very bad with plants and always forget to water them, but succulents and cacti (i hope thats the right word...) are so pretty and easy to maintain :3ReplyDelete
I'm terrible too. I have killed multiple bamboo plants which are pretty hard to kill. I'm really working on it though!Delete
So cute! I love your vases anbd terrariums, gotta find some like those for my suculents cactus collection :)ReplyDelete
Hurray! Welcome back to the blog world! Really like the last two pictures. It looks so cute!ReplyDelete