On Thia Day On A Gardener's Notebook...

2019 - Dazzling Dahlias – 2 in a series – Dahlia ‘Contraste’ via Gardenia.net
2019 - How To Use A Bulb Auger (And Plant Bulbs In Minutes) via The Impatient Gardener
Also from 2018 - Yellow Peppers at the Farmers Market via Instagram
2014 - Event: Maintenance Manuals for Residential Native Plant Gardens with California Native Plant Society – Tue, Sept, 9. 2014
2014 - Event: Veggiepalooza at Fullerton Arboretum – September 13 & 14, 2014
2011 - Project: Roof cleaning for the Fall and Winter

How to Propagate Succulents via Gardening Gone Wild

How to Propagate Succulents via Gardening Gone Wild

Ever wondered how to propagate a certain succulent? For example, lithops (living stones)…is it possible to take cuttings from those thick, molar-shaped leaves? How about ruffled echeverias…can a solitary rosette be made to offset? And stacked crassulas…what do you do when stems are tightly lined with leaves? 

Most succulents can be propagated vegetatively—via stem cuttings, pulling apart offsets, or rooting leaves. To the novice, of course, such tasks are mystifying. How deep, for example, does one plant a leaf? 

Read How to Propagate Succulents via Gardening Gone Wild

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