Written by Maggie
Feb 04 2021
Sedum versadense changes color depending on the amount of sunlight they are exposed to. If the sun is out for a long time and there is a temperature difference in the environment, they will take on an attractive pink color. How to propagate Sedum versadense? Let's look at the propagation methods of Sedum versadense.
1. The mature leaves for insertion propagation of Sedum versadense should be picked from the healthy main stems first, so as to ensure that the leaves can grow more buds in the process of buds. We can remove the bottom leaves from under the larger plants and let the leaves dry until the cut is dry.
2. Put the dried leaves on the soil of the flowerpot that has been prepared, and the roots of its leaves should be able to contact the surface of the soil. The leaves for leaf insertion propagation of Sedum versadense need to be discharged well, and it is best to place them evenly in a circle. Then put the pot in a well-ventilated place, soil moisture must be maintained to a moist level, so that it can be conducive to germination.
3. Wait until we see its leaves slowly grow out of the root system, you can give it often add water, of course, the weight of the water to control, as long as it is found that the surface of the soil is dry will immediately drench. When we carry out leaf insertion propagation of Sedum versadense, there should be enough water, enough moisture to make the seedlings grow healthy after the leaves are inserted, and at the same time, it should be given a certain amount of light.
1. From the healthy plant above cut off a little more robust branches for insertion propagation of Sedum versadense, cut down to dry. It is best to cut down after the front of the wound towards the sun, so that ultraviolet radiation to the wound. Disinfection can speed up wound healing, and is conducive to its future growth.
2 Prepare the soil after drying, then sink the branches into the soil until they are just under the first leaf.
3. The first week after branch insertion propagation of Sedum versadense does not water, and can be properly sprayed on the surface of the soil is good, if dry spray again. Wait until about two weeks before adding a little water. Not enough water won't harm the roots, but too much water will cause rot.