It’s cold and raining in Houston (as usual) but I really needed to work out my green thumb, so here’s a quickie video of me making a propagation tray. It was very calming — you should make one too! I’m using a cardboard crawfish tray and my succulent dirt recipe. I’m mostly only placing leaves that already have roots. The others are hanging out in a cardboard egg carton under my grow light.
I’ll dampen the soil around the roots 1-2x a week as needed and try not to check on them too much because a watched prop never grows ??- HURRY UP, SPRING!
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