Dividing and separating various offsets and new growth on several types of succulents, plus an update on the Echeveria subsessilis I topped back in the February video on repairing stretched and damaged succulents.
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The line up: Echeveria subsessilis, Echeveria pulvinata, Haworthia tessalata, Opunita, Echinopsis oxygona cv.
02:26 – Echeveria subsessilis- update on topped portion, 07:20 shows stem baby removal
11:20 – Echeveria pulvinata – taking stem/branch cuttings
17:52 – Haworthia tessalata- dividing offsets
21:45 – Rescued Opuntia pad – new growth segment removal, 27:54 shows a dry potting method
23:15 – Echinopsis oxygona – offset removal
To see another demo on Haworthia Fasciata ‘Zebra,’ Echeveria Prolifica, and an Echeveria Lola check out this video
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