This is my only succulent I haven't killed yet😁! It looks like it is growing a baby. Does anyone know if this plant will spread! Anything I should be doing? Any advise offered will be greatly appreciated!
Help me identify this plant #plantid my girls made 3 little cat food can succulents for mothers day 2 years ago. The others died but before this one did i moved it into one of my garden containers. Its 4x its original size. I dont know what type it is.
What, if anything, do I do to this bud? Will it sprawl out. And cover area or continue to grow additional flowers? #planthelp
You could cut it off and start a new plant.
Maybe @lovestogarden @blasome @Muzz67 @alovealoe @franshinegee might have some #tips #succulent-advice ?
Oh, @SikoMa , I don't know. I usually just let plants do what they are going to do. I would let it bloom and then cut it off and plant it.
Thank you Janice. That's what I do.. I let them do their own thing @lovestogarden 😉
Its nice to see the flowers bloom but if there are leaves up the flower stalk apparrently they are the easiest to propergate 😁
I'd leave it alone and let it blossom. In my experience, when I cut the flower stalk off an echeveria, it would just send up another. Enjoy it!
Thank you all for your advice. It's awesome to help another gardener out!
So, @alovealoe, will more than one flower grow on the plant?
I've had several echeveria species send up multiple flower stalks. My pvn is relatively new so he hasn't bloomed yet. I can't say for sure this one will.