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nathanarisa

My newest passion. I just discovered how much I love growing and propagating anything! I know it's late in the season to start but now I have grow lig

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  • Season Icon Late AutumnLate Autumn 2016
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nathanarisa

Sometimes when you feel there is no hope...miracles can happen. This guys been through a lot... and it still grew!!! :)

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nathanarisa

@rwoot it's an egg carton container! :)

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beltranyadam

That's so amazing! If you don't mind have a look at the plants I'm trying to identify, I think one of your leaves looks similar to one of my plant's.

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nathanarisa

@beltranyadam I wish I knew. Love your gallery! I'm a newbie. I really don't know anything about plants but I'm trying lol

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beltranyadam

Haha, thanks! Same here, I used to know so much plants as a child, scientific names, etc, then became engulfed in high school and getting into Med school. Finally re-discovering passion for plants, often pick up cutting and try to grow them haha! Knowing their names helps with their care. How did you get into them?

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KariSamuel

#succulent #succulents #freeplant #eggcarton #propagation #newtothis #newbie #reuse #recycle - @beltranyadam @nathanarisa - You will both become more knowledgeable in all things gardening! And so far, it looks like you both got the hang of it! 🌻🌱🌸🌿🌼

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ktemory

Did you use root hormone. Why are the ends white?

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  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2016
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nathanarisa

I think this is a first for me! :)

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blasome

Congratulations!!! Keep them coming..the pictures thanks in advance

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Naomi126

👌🏻📸👌🏻 brilliant a looking forward to more pics 👌🏻📸👌🏻

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nathanarisa

Thankyou @rwoot !!!

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  • Season Icon Early AutumnEarly Autumn 2016
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nathanarisa

My first attempts to propagate succulents. I don't think I'm doing too well...I don't know. I'm trying different methods here. The soil I used is cactus and succulent soil. I just brought these out to more sunlight because they were in a poorly lit room. I'm hoping this helps... any suggestions, pointers or tips are always appreciated! :)

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lovestogarden

No rot, let them keep doing their thing!

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Acetaker

What type of succulents r u rootin?

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nathanarisa

@Acetaker I wish I knew! I haven't got that far in my planting knowledge lol

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winston30piggy

Looks like echeveria

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MisaAmane

The one that is fully grown is hens and chicks. But for the leaves, it's hard to tell until they grow.

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