Written by Maggie
Feb 03 2021
Echeveria Lola is a beautiful ornamental succulent plant. Many people are attracted to Echeveria Lola by its bright colors. There are also a lot of people who are very interested in Echeveria Lola propagation methods. Echeveria Lola generally has two methods of reproduction, which are they? How do Echeveria Lola is a beautiful ornamental succulent plant.Many people are attracted to Echeveria Lola by its bright colors.There are also a lot of people who are very interested in its reproduction methods. Echeveria Lola generally has two methods of propagation, which are they? How do Echeveria Lola propagate? Let's take a look:
The leaf insertion propagation of echeveria lola is suitable to start in spring. The soil on the surface of the Echeveria Lola should be cleaned before the leaves are inserted, and the leaves should be removed from the plant. Selecting intact and healthy leaves is an important prerequisite for successful leaf insertion propagation of Echeveria Lola. Pick a warm weather, the fleshy leaf that picks off is put in the air below sunshine bask in two hours or so, making wound self-healing. Finally, leave it in a ventilated place with scattered light for three to seven days, after which it can be used in the basin. The flower soil is made of plant ash and vermiculite, which is good for the rooting of seedlings. The leaves can be laid flat or inserted into the soil. When we carry out leaf insertion propagation of Echeveria Lola, pay attention to the basin soil moisture to maintain moderate, too wet leaves easy to rot, too dry will not grow roots. The flower pot chooses a shallow and wide square pot. After placing, put the whole pot in a well ventilated and bright place. Spray water every three days a week before seedling emergence to ensure proper moisture content in the soil. After half a month, slightly wetting the vermiculite on top with water can accelerate the time of root emergence. Seedlings are not suitable for pot removal in summer, generally in the autumn pot removal is more suitable.
Also choose to start the beheading propagation method of Echeveria Lola in the spring, selecting healthy plants to prepare. Cut the blade in a slightly stiffened spot on the Echeveria Lola plant. The remaining mother plants can continue to grow if they have any leaves left. Hold the knife against the stem of the plant, slowly and forcefully pushing the knife through the stem to cut. After beheading propagation of Echeveria Lola, place the plant head naturally and make its cutting edge heal itself. Still choose plant ash and vermiculite as pot soil, put it in a flower pot, take out a hole in the middle, put the cut plant head in the hole, let it take root naturally. Cut the base plant also do natural drying treatment, when the leaves become a little soft, put it on the wet soil to root naturally. Finally, the root of the plant head and bottom plant can be put into the basin. After beheading propagation of Echeveria Lola, pay attention to the early water that can not be poured too much water, so as not to rot leaves yellow.