Fresh succulent cuttings are friendly for succulent newbies or DIY project lovers because they are easy to handle and ready to plant while unboxing. Our expert gardeners hand-pick each cutting, which is approximately two to three inches long. We offer a 14-day quality guarantee on all orders. If you receive any succulent plants in poor condition, please contact us by email, and we'll send you a replacement.
Here are the succulent DIY ideas we recommend you try:
succulent pumpkins, succulent birdcages, succulent wreaths, succulent bouquets, succulent floral, and succulent centerpieces.
How to plant succulent cuttings in one planter pot?
1. Ensure that the cuts on the succulents have healed. Remove any dry dead leaves from the bottom as necessary.
2. Prepare a shallow planter pot with a wide mouth, drainage holes, and soil specifically formulated for succulents. This soil should include a combination of regular soil, perlite, and gritty rocks.
3. Fill the planter pot with the succulent soil mixture.
4. Place each succulent cutting into the soil, making sure that there is a gap of at least 2cm between each one.
5. If you wish, you can add a layer of bonsai rocks on top of the soil to either decorate or support the succulents (this step is not necessary).
6. Move the planter pot to a location with bright or filtered sunlight. Wait for two days before watering the succulents for the first time.
7. During the first month, water the succulents three times per week. When watering, moisten the soil rather than soaking it completely. This will help to promote root growth.
8. When the new roots come out, start watering succulents once per week. Only water the succulents when the potting soil gets dry completely.
How to plant succulent cuttings in individual planter pots?
Planting succulent cuttings in individual planters is similar to the steps above. However, each succulent owns its planter. We suggest you prepare multiple small-size plant pots with drainage holes.
Note: Succulent varieties may repeat if you order multiple packs. We make our best effort to include as many colors based on the current availability. Photos are samples only. Colors and varieties will be similar but may vary depending on the season.