Propagation Turned Brown

by Catherine
(Pennsylvania)

I recently tried propagating a succulent and I don't know if something went wrong or not.

The 2/3 callouses on my leaves just turned hard and brown, after I left them for a while in a tray of water to soak, because it had worked initially.

One of my leaves also sprouted a single root, which just disappeared the next day.

Also for fastest successful propagation, should I leave my leaves on top of soil and wait for roots, or water periodically with a spray bottle? Thank you.

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by: Jacki

Hi Catherine, you've asked some good questions. I've outlined some of the most successful methods for rooting succulents in my e-Book. It's not possible to give you all the information here, as it's all in the book. Hope you have better success with it next time - don't give up!





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