Assorted Succulent Cuttings Clippings for Dish Garden Terrariums Mini Fairy
Each cutting is approx. 1.5 inches to 5 inches diameter/long. We do our best effort to include as much mix of colors based on the current availability but you will not necessarily receive the cuttings that are shown in the pictures for this listing.
Succulents are great for living walls, dish gardens, miniature gardens, terrariums, mini fairy gardens, and party favors.
Soil pH: Neutral Features: Evergreen Soil Type: well-drained soil, Loam, Peat, Sand Growth Stage: Ripening Color: Colorful Climate: Dry, Sub-tropical, Temperate Sunlight: Partial Shade, Full Sun Genus: Echeveria Foliage: Evergreen Watering: Light Season of Interest: All Seasons Plant Characteristic: fleshy leaf Succulents plant: assorted succulent cuttings USDA Hardiness Zone (°F): 10 (30 to 40 °F)
HOW TO GROW SUCCULENTS/CACTUS FROM CUTTINGS AND BARE ROOT
1. A cutting must be calloused over before planting, meaning the stem cut end of the pad is dry and has sealed itself over in order to protect itself. It usually takes 3-7 days to be calloused, cactus may take longer to be calloused before planting.
2. Open up your box immediately upon your succulents/cactus cutting/bare root/whole plant arrival. Never expose your succulents/cactus under the direct sun when arrival.
3. Use cactus/succulents mix soil or well drains soil, before planting moist the soil then plants your cutting ½-2 inches into the soil.
4. Place it in a warm, airy location under indirect sunlight, filtered sunlight, or shaded area after planting. Water it 5-10 days later after planting depending on the condition. The cutting usually would develop roots anywhere from 2-6 weeks. Bare root succulents/cactus would develop roots faster. Never place your newly planted succulents/cactus under direct sun.
5. Once the root system is established, the plant would then start to show new growth. Succulents do best under bright filtered sunlight, to get better color some varieties might need to grow under direct sunlight. Succulents' color may vary from time to time and in seasons.