How to grow Crassula orbicularis from cuttings

Crassula orbicularis
  • Common name(s): N/A
  • Family: Crassulaceae
  • Stem cuttings: yes
  • Leaf cuttings: yes
  • Root cuttings/runners: yes
  • Time: the year round
  • Lighting: bright to part sunny with morning, evening or winter sun
  • Soil: mixes for cacti and succulents or mixes for indoor plants, herbs, vegetables
  • Temperature: 20 to 30 °C
  • New growth after: on some faded inflorescences are formed adventitious plants. Runners and adventitious plants can be cut off from the mother plant as soon as they show first roots.
  • More infos: the images show Crassula orbicularis var. Rosularis.
    Leaf cuttings root better if the pot is covered with a freezer bag or placed in a indoor greenhouse.

Crassula orbicularis

Crassula orbicularis

Faded inflorescence with adventitious plants

Crassula orbicularis

Leaf cuttings need 4 to 8 weeks to root.

Crassula orbicularis

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