Posted 5M ago by @planthoe40

So I brought Lola home a month ago. Haven't replanted her yet but the day I brought her about 6 of her leaves fell off. I'm trying to propagate them. I heard it takes a month? #propagatingsucculents #succulents #newtosucculents
5ft to light, indirect
4” pot with drainage
Last watered 6 months ago
I tried to do that before it is really hard and it didn’t work for me so good luck πŸ€πŸ‘ and ya it usually takes about a month
As long as they're green and not shriveling up it's okay! Sometimes they take longer. Are you occasionally misting them?
Hope your propagation goes well. πŸ₯°
@planthoe40 good luck πŸ€ on your props.
I do mist them about once a week.
Just keep them in bright warm location. No direct sunlight. Sometimes it takes a lil bit more than a week for leaves to show first baby roots. It depends on the type of succulent. It is not necessary to most them now since they do not have roots yet.
@vvvelo does a grow light count as direct light?
@planthoe40 it depends on how bright your grow light.
@vvvelo 30 watts

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