Succulent cuttings 6/25/2012
It’s been awhile since I talked about my various cuttings from my echeverias and sedums. Like many (but not all) succulents, new plants can be started from a single leaf of these plants.
Top row: Sedum cuttings. My S. morganianum loses leaves like nobody’s business, and I find it hard to resist starting new plants from them. My S. something-or-another has also dropped a few leaves recently; a few of the smaller ones accidentally ended up in with the S. morganianums, and I have two big ones in a “pot” by themselves.
Middle row: Echeveria ‘ramillette’. These cuttings were taken in the fall, shortly before the parent plant bit the dust. The two on the left were slow to put down roots, and therefore somewhat smaller than the other echeveria cuttings taken at the same time. The rightmost one is the same age as the others, and has put down roots, but for some reason just sits there without leaves.
Bottom row: Echeveria ‘lola’. The two cuttings on the left are also from the fall. The two leaves in the single pot are recently-fallen leaves that I noticed were producing roots. The smaller of the two is actually from one of the cuttings!