Written by Maggie
Dec 11 2020
The propagation method of the Echeveria Meridian was generally through sowing, planting and cutting. Succulent lovers could choose the propagation method they are familiar with according to their own conditions. The following three propagation methods are respectively explained, hoping to help succulent lovers do well in the propagation of the Echeveria Meridian.
The mature planting of the Echeveria Meridian was sprinkled on the soil of the basin and covered with thin soil. The germination was suitable for temperature of 16℃ to 19℃. The Succulent echeveria meridian germinated 2 to 3 weeks after sowing.
If the mother base of the Echeveria Meridian produces young plants, the Echeveria Meridian can also be propagated separately. First separate the young plant from the mother plant, and then replantthe young plant in another pot.
Cuttage can be used during the Echeveria Meridian growth. Select Echeveria Meridian strong blade, and break in mature and complete blade for cutting. But put Echeveria Meridian blade in the air 1 ~ 2 days before, and then slightly tilted or flat on vermiculite or sand. Keep it moisture, slightly it will take root in the base, sprout and grow. Buds grow older. Such a plant becomes a new plant separately. Also old plant germination shoot cutting is available, and also easy to survive.