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hazec

Just moved to Canada from the UK and I have developed a new interest in plants, especially succulents!

Graptopetalum Superbum

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hazec

1st October 2016 - 3 months later and they STILL have their 'mother' leaves!

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13th August 2016 - All potted together

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brightcolours

#superbum #graptopetalum #succulent-propagation

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Frankenstank

Do you have any tips for propagations? Most of mine never make it.

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hazec

Graptopetalums are the easiest to propagate, they are quick too. However I lay the leaves on soil in a shallow dish, and mist with water every day until the plant emerges with roots too, then I transfer to a bigger pot. Some leaves go for weeks with nothing happening but keep at it if the leaf is still looking healthy. If just roots appear I sometimes take the leaf off the soil and onto my shelf where I just ignore it, that sometimes works in forcing them to do something.

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hazec

31st July 2016- I have 12 of these little babies, superbums are very easy to propagate! With such pretty colouring already 😍

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gjones

I've never seen these before. They're so unique. Like them. Might have to see if I can find them here!

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brightcolours

#superbum #propagation #succulent #teenytiny

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hazec

#succulent

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11th July 2016

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brightcolours

#superbum #propagation #teenytiny

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