Written by Maggie
Feb 04 2021
Graptopetalum Mirinae is a kind of succulent flower. It is not only easy to grow, but also very charming and charming. How to propagate Graptopetalum Mirinae? The following are two propagation methods of Graptopetalum Mirinae. Let's learn about them!
Graptopetalum Mirinae has a strong vitality and can be easily propagated. Whether it is leaf planting or decapitalization, it is easy to take root and survive. Moreover, its growth rate is very fast, and it is easy to burst the pot. The middle inserts of Graptopetalum Mirinae leaves into the soil are the most commonly used.Beheading is also easy. Cut off the top part of Graptopetalum Mirinae and insert it into the soil.
According to the growth habits of Graptopetalum Mirinae, the best time for leaf insertion propagation is spring or autumn. Besides, it is the peak season for its growth. The plant has high activity and is easy to take root and survive.
Graptopetalum Mirinae cuttings naturally need soil, you'd better give it loose permeability and good drainage soil. For this, we recommend that you can use a mixture of peat, perlite, vermiculite and pine needles for Graptopetalum Mirinae leaf insertion propagation. It's a good idea to water the soil just enough to keep it slightly damp before putting it in a pot.
The selection of cuttings is particularly important in leaf insertion propagation of Graptopetalum Mirinae. You can break off healthy, mature and complete leaves as cuttings from Graptopetalum Mirinae potted plants in spring and autumn. Be careful not to hurt the leaves, otherwise they are not easy to survive. Break off a few pieces and place them in a cool, ventilated place to ensure that the wound is completely dry.
The cuttings for leaf insertion propagation will be placed in the moist basin soil level off, inserted in a cool place, do not see light, do not water, half a month or so can take root. When the root grows to about 2cm, the root should be buried in the soil in the basin, and then the cultivation method of Graptopetalum Mirinae can be used for maintenance.
In addition to leaf insertion propagation of Graptopetalum Mirinae, decapitation propagation was also an alternative propagation method for Graptopetalum Mirinae.Methods: In the Graptopetalum Mirinae pot plant with good growth and complete and beautiful plant shape, we carefully cut off the top part with disinfected scissors, and it is better to leave part of the branches. After propagation Graptopetalum Mirinae, the wounds of Graptopetalum Mirinae were treated briefly and left to dry in a cool place for a day or two before being planted in watered soil.
After planting, don't water it again, and don't expose it to the sun, just moderate light. Also, during the rooting time, if you see the leaves wilting and slightly shriveled, spray a small amount of water on the roots or leaves. In about a month, the decapitated Graptopetalum Mirinae will begin to take root and germinate, and then be cured normally.