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Propagating succulents is a easy task for even a novice gardener! Whether you want to try this just for fun or you need to produce a whole lot of new houseplants from your favorite succulent. In just a few, simple steps, you will be on your way to a new generation of plants!

Step 1: Choose the succulent plant you want to propagate

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Although this plant still looks gorgeous from the top, the lower leaves will begin to wither and fall off and soon we’ll be left with a rosette high above the soil on a long bare stem.

Step 2: Collect the leaves to grow

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So before the leaves start to die, let’s pull them off and propagate them to make more plants.

Step 3: Prepare the leaves to grow

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After the three days you can simply set your leaf cuttings on a pot of soil and wait for them to root. The top portion that you removed can also be inserted into soil and rooted.

Step 4: Wait to see baby plant

Once you feel like the ends are dry enough, you can place them on top of some well-draining cactus or succulent soil.

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After a few weeks you will see little pink roots sprouting from the ends of the leaves and then teeny tiny baby plants will begin to grow. I water the leaves very rarely until I start to see roots or babies appearing.

At this point I will give the roots or baby plants a good soak about once a week or whenever I notice the soil is totally dry.

Step 5: Transplant the baby plant to bigger pots

I let my baby plants grow in rows like this until I start to notice the “mother leaf” starting to wither. At that point I will carefully remove the leaf in the same fashion I removed it from the original stem, and then place the baby plant in its own pot.

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This can be tricky as you don’t want to accidentally remove the roots with the leaf, so you may want to play it safe and let the leaf fall off on its own.

I ran out of individual little pots with this batch so I just removed the leaves as they withered and left the plants to grow together like a little succulent forest.

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wow so lovely , i know its easy to grow

Lovely plants…