How To Grow a Succulent Garden From Leaves

Kelly Newbery, Creating beautiful plant displays

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7 Lessons (14m)
    • 1. What's Propagating Succulents?

      0:55
    • 2. Materials

      2:06
    • 3. Class Project

      0:55
    • 4. Preparing Your Leaves

      3:50
    • 5. Setting Up Your Propogation Station

      2:52
    • 6. Caring For Your Plants

      3:03
    • 7. Happy Planting!

      0:27
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Project Description

In this class everyone will start propagating your own succulent leaves. To complete the project you’ll need a couple of things:

  • Succulent leaves to propagate (get these from your existing succulent plants, buy a new succulent from your nursery or ask to nab a few from someone you know who has succulents).
  • Soil (I recommend using a premium succulent mix)
  • Something to put your leaves in. This could be a tray, egg carton, tiny pots or even a tea cup.

We’ll cover materials in detail during the class.

The project involves:

  1. Preparing your leaves
  2. Setting your leaves out
  3. Weekly progresses updates (this is optional, but would be great to see how they grow! )

Take a photo of each step and share it in the project gallery. I look forward to seeing your little succies flourish!

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