(Moreno Valley, CA USA)
Hello, my name is Nadia. I live in Southern California USA. I believe my growing zone is nine. I have echeveria that grows in the pot in my backyard. I need to repot it because it's stem becomes too long and plant becomes too heavy for it's pot. However, currently it has some stems growing out of the main rosette that look like the new small rosettes forming on top of the old one.
My questions are:
1. Should I cut those stems before I cut the main rosette from it's stem?
2. Can I repot those additional stems as well?
3.Or those additional stems are forming the flowers and I should wait till the flowers bloom before repotting the whole plant.
Thank you for your help.