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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi Guys 🙂 In this video I show you how to propagate Kalanchoe Succulent Plants. ★ Check out my website http://www.desertplantsofavalon.com/ ★ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DesertPlantsOfAvalon ★ Twitter https://twitter.com/plantsofavalon Thank you for watching, please give me a Like and I would love you to SUBSCRIBE for regular updates and take a look at my other Cacti and Succulent and nature videos to see my weird and wacky cacti and other succulent plants up close and personal. HAPPY GROWING GUY’S 🙂 Royalty Free Music Music By Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Monolop 3 months ago

    OORRRRR you could wait for its buds to grow on the leaf :/

  • EpistemeUM 3 months ago

    I like to check out videos for any new plants I get, just in case there are details I can learn. I've seen a lot of these propagation videos and I have to say that this is probably the most thorough one video I've seen yet. You give all the details of the different ways you can propagate the plant, different ways you can cut, where the roots come out, ALL the good stuff people may need to know. Very well done! You are an excellent teacher!

  • Sue Hawkins 3 months ago

    🙂 Thanks for the good info!! I rescued some waterlogged Kalanchoe from the garden center. They are doing great!! I've had them for a few weeks now and they are sending out new growth and new flowers. I broke off one of the flower stems while re-potting and I thought I would enjoy the blooms a few days so I set the stem in water. It rooted and started sending out new leaflets!! I potted it yesterday. I will keep your video in mind when it comes time to propagate my new babies. Thanks again! Sending you lots of flower power from Virginia, U.S.A.

  • Barb Murphy 3 months ago

    So helpful, thank you! I appreciate you showing the cuttings with fresh vs calloused cuts. I know what to look for on my own now. I'm currently trying my first propagation of a few succulents I had to trim…echeveria, sedum and burrow's tail. I have two rhipsalis (pulchra and pentaptera, I think) and wondered if they are propagated the same way? Have a greet day!!

  • Meggie C 3 months ago

    This video has helped me LOADS! I have a medium sized kalanchoe beharensis that I've been growing since christmas and I've just noticed a few leaves growing roots that have fallen. I didn't know how to propagate this plant until your video. Thanks a bunch!

  • Gunasagaran Ramanathan 3 months ago

    Thank you for the wonderful video.

  • SoyAlita 3 months ago

    Just rescued a kalanchoe lavender scallop today, but was completely lost on how to trim it properly until I found your video. Thank you for helping my green thumb along!

  • Vraciblide Mir 3 months ago

    Hello! May I ask the name of this lovely plant you showed us in the video? Kalanchoe what? I have another one with similar colours but different leaves shape so I would like to grow them both. And thank you sooo much for your video which is going to help me a lot!

  • One Woman's Treasure 3 months ago

    oh my gosh! What a beautiful plant. I love the colors.

  • Sotogan Mast 3 months ago

    Wonderful video.. sub.. please sub back.. Mery christmas! <3

  • ahmad Kazbour 3 months ago

    we don't have a powder hormone in my country I don't know why but sometimes if i want to use it I can use natural honey is good also for rooting lol

  • bevyk777 3 months ago

    Hi! Thanks so much for all the information you share! I'm relatively new to the succulent/cacti world and every time I am stumped – I run to your vids for your advice.. delivered in such a fun and pleasant way! Off topic a bit, but I had to tell you this one. One of your vids where you were talking about how bad it is when stores glue flowers to cacti etc, well I had something happen over Christmas that I have share. My neighbors got me a garden dish and gave it to me as a gift (SO NICE OF THEM!)… a beauty of a garden dish – at one time – before it went thru the horror show the store/garden center put the poor things thru. Picture a 10 inch dish jammed full of different succulents, then a big pine cone and fake greens and Christmas balls just shoved into the middle of it – killed everything under it. Oh wait, start out that it was FREEZING cold because she said the display was by the sliding doors at the store. So all the plants had that soft/limpy feeling to them that we dread. Well as if those things weren't bad enough – after she left, I took out the pine cone etc and was taking out the dead stuff and i went to stick my fingers thru the rocks – the top dressing to see if it was wet or dry and you won't believe it… The gravel was all GLUED TOGETHER in one solid mass!! No way! They entombed these poor plants in a coating of some sort of glue to keep the rocks from falling out – glued tight to each base of the plants leaving no room for them to grow. Cripes sake, the poor things! So I have them in intensive care…trying not to do too much too fast. But grrrr, what kind of plant nursery would do that to their plants, making them pretty for the moment just to get them sold and then who cares if they live or die. That goes right up there with people using the hot glue gun on them… and saying it doesn't hurt them. Ok… now i'm not sure to post this or not, your viddies are always so fun and this sounds like a big old downer, but I thought I know where I can vent this and people will understand why it irked me. Hope your day is a goodie! :~)

  • Indra Yudha Kusuma 3 months ago

    Yass yasss im gonna take cutting of my kalanchoe too

  • Cultivă cu Mihai 3 months ago

    Hello Lyn! I have Kalanchoe Calanda. She is very easy to propagate and is resistant. I already made a small collection, with flowers: red, pink, white and orange. Succes with your propagation!

  • Gardening at Douentza 3 months ago

    Another great video. Thank you 🙂

  • UK Here We Grow 3 months ago

    What a great how too. Brilliant Lynn

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