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Posted 1M ago by @UnlimitedNapaea

Iā€™m propagating this piece of cactus and I was wondering ...

#FewSpinedMarbleSeededPricklyPear
3ft to light, indirect
2ā€ pot with drainage
Last watered 1 month ago
@SJD
1M ago
Yep! Once you have your cutting you allow it to fully scab over for two to 3 days. Then you can simply put it it in a tiny pot with new soil. Bury it about 1/4-1/2 inches deep just so it can support itself without falling over and then water only when close to dry until you can wiggle it and it feels rooted. Then you can go back to a less frequent watering cycle like the mother plant is on if they are in the same sun situations.
@SJD
1M ago
Left was mother, right is one of her pads that broke when I moved rooted