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How to propagate succulents through stem cuttings: use a sharp clean blade to make a smooth cut. Put cuttings aside for 3 days to allow the cut end to dry and form a callus. Push the cuttings into well-draining soil and put into bright, indirect light. The soil should be damp like a wrung out sponge but not wet. DO NOT WATER. After 7-10 days , pull up a few cuttings. If they've rooted, give a little water and move to a brighter spot. www.southeastsucculents.com

How to propagate succulents through stem cuttings: use a sharp clean blade to make a smooth cut. Put cuttings aside for 3 days to allow the cut end to dry and form a callus. Push the cuttings into well-draining soil and put into bright, indirect light. The soil should be damp like a wrung out sponge but not wet. DO NOT WATER. After 7-10 days , pull up a few cuttings. If they've rooted, give a little water and move to a brighter spot. www.southeastsucculents.com

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