Written by Maggie
Jan 20 2021
How to propagate Chameleon plants? It can be generally propagated by cutting propagation, division propagation, rhizome propagation and sowing propagation. Flower friends can choose the appropriate propagation method according to your own conditions. The following four propagation methods of the Chameleon plant are described.
Chameleon plant cutting propagation can be done in spring or summer. First, robust cuttings without pests and diseases should be cut out for cuttings, and the cuttings should be cut to a length of 12-15 cm. Then, the cuttings should be inserted into the pot, and the row spacing of the branches should be kept at 16cm×10cm or 14cm×10cm.
The Chameleon plant needs to be watered and shaded after the branches are inserted, and then transplanted for planting.
Division propagation is from late March to April. It is possible to dig out the mother plant and transplant it on the seedbed of sandy soil to raise seedlings or directly transplant it.
Rhizome propagation, can be carried out in February or March, the selection of disease-free, white, strong rhizome, cut into a small section with more than 2 axillary buds, in the flowerpot open shallow furrow seeding or planting. Winter and early spring should pay attention to frost insulation, summer and early autumn should pay attention to shading and moisturizing.
Sowing propagation method of Chameleon plants can be in February or March every year. First, choose healthy and plump seeds, and then plant them in a pot. After planting, cover them with thin soil and water once, then keep the pot moist and wait for the seeds to germinate.