Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings (Houseleek Succulents)

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  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)
  • Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings  (Houseleek Succulents)

Live Sempervivum Succulent Cuttings (Houseleek Succulents)

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Succulent cuttings are simply young succulent plants that have not yet developed roots, so these fall more toward the do-it-yourself category of plants than normal, fully-rooted succulent plants would. Rooting succulents are a great choice if you have no experience rooting plants yourself; their ease-of-care makes them excellent for beginners to rooting plants!

Propagating our cuttings is extremely easy, and these plants require very little in the way of supplies. You can use almost any pot, planter, container, or tray, as long as it has drainage holes. Use any brand of cactus/succulent soil mix and let your imagination take you the rest of the way! Once rooted, these succulents can easily be transplanted, giving you the creativity to move your succulents outside during the warmer months, or to any location in your home or office that has sunlit windows.

Each order from this listing includes a hand-picked collection of succulent cuttings and features a variety of species, shapes, textures, and sizes. Succulents make wonderful additions to new fairy gardens or existing planters in your home.

These gorgeous little plants can survive without watering for much longer than other house plants. While your cuttings may require a bit more water in the beginning, you will want to be careful not to overdo it! A simple misting water bottle with an atomizer does a great job of keeping the plant finely misted while not allowing it to collect too much water in its most sensitive areas. Watering requirements vary based on the species of succulent and your climate, but it typically varies from once a week to once a month.