DIG THIS! Green Musings from GBG inc.

Succulent Senecio

Happy coastal growers, Senecio¬†are one of the most forgiving succulents when it comes to propagation. It’s time for us to start a new batch, so we’re going to take you through it step-by-step.








In order to start a new crop, clip the last 5″ of a plant that is doing well.












You’ll see that some of the “leaves” are quite close to the cut–these few should be removed. Snap these off and drop them in your compost pile.











You’ll be left with a cluster of leaves at the end and a 1.5 inch stalk.













Once you’ve amassed a collection, stack them on your potting bench.













Plop the newly-exposed stalks into a receptacle¬†with at least 2″ of soil mix (we combine our home-grown compost with a little pearlite).











Water them in, keep them warm and safe, and wait for their roots to grow!












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