Succulent cuttings are beautiful! We love succulent cuttings because of the potential for your succulents to grow very large. We have a beautiful variety of succulent cuttings for sale that are very beautiful and colorful.
We have absolutely amazing succulent cuttings for sale, free shipping for every single order. You will love your succulent cuttings because of how beautiful, big, and healthy they are. Succulent cuttings are very easy to root and grow, just as long as you follow the planting instructions that we provide for you.
You can use these succulent cuttings for your DIY projects! These succulent cuttings that we have for sale are all colorful and very unique, and beautiful. They are most perfect for succulent arrangements, DIY projects, succulent pots, or for your indoor or outdoor succulent garden. We promise you will love your amazing and beautiful succulent cuttings!
Most of these succulent cuttings have a very long stem that will take root, so this makes them much easier to plant and grow. Rooting succulents are very easy and simple, it does take some time and patience but it's worth the wait. Also, your succulent cuttings will come with a quick planting instructions guide, so your succulent cuttings can root. You can also learn how to root your cuttings if you scroll down a little and read our quick succulent cuttings care guide!
Propagating These Stem Cuttings
The good news for you is these cuttings we have for sale are already cut perfectly just for planting and propagation. You will have to wait for them to form a callus of course, but that only takes about 2-4 days. Good news for you again is that you already waited that amount of days due to the shipping process. During shipping these stem cuttings are actually forming a callus! So right when these succulent cuttings get delivered to your front door they are ready to plant immediately!
It's very important you do not recut these succulent cuttings, no matter how much you want to. If you recut them then they will have to wait another 3-5 days to form a callus which will then be about 14 days your succulent cuttings will be sitting without water or roots. This will cause the succulent cuttings to then die and dry up. This is why it's very important to not recut these succulent cuttings once you receive them.
You will need a succulent pot with a drainage hole and you will also need fast/well draining succulent soil. Fast/well draining succulent soil is very important so that your succulent cuttings will avoid overwatering and root rot.
Grab your fast/well draining succulent soil and add some soil to your succulent pot with a drainage hole. Fill in the pot with the soil all the way to the top. Before planting your succulent cuttings, make sure your succulent pot is big enough that can leave at least 2-3 inches of space so the cuttings have room to grow. Also before planting, make sure a callus has formed before planting. If a callus hasn't formed then do not plant, the cuttings won't root and will then dry up and die.
Plant The Cuttings:
After you prepared for your succulent cuttings, it's time to plant them! Again, make sure a callus has formed before planting or they won't root! Now let's get planting!
Take your succulent cuttings and plant them in the pot going 1-2 inches into the soil. Make sure you plant the stem and make sure there's enough room that the stem goes 1-2 inches into the soil. If there's not enough room and leaves are in the way, then you can cut some leaves off and make some more room.
The leaves should not touch the soil and should just barely be sit about the soil not touching it. Usually the cuttings just get planted straight into the soil pushing the stem into the soil. If this doesn't work for you then you can scoop the soil with your hand or a small shovel. Gently plant your cuttings and fill them with soil so they are standing straight and sturdy.
After planting your succulent cuttings, you will have to water them immediately. Watering them right after planting is very important so they can grow straight up and be secured in the soil. Water will hold the cuttings in place.
You will have to continue to water your succulent cuttings 1-2 days a week and 1-2 days a week only. Make sure to keep track of the exact last time you watered your succulent cuttings, this will prevent overwatering and root rot. Just whatever you do, do not overwater your succulent cuttings or they won’t root and will most likely die.
Pick the Right Location
When rooting succulent cuttings it’s very important that you grow them in full shade for the first week. Full shade is very important because they are new cuttings and are not rooted yet. If they go to full sun then they could get sun damaged due to being very delicate.
After one week has passed you can then pick a new location for them that gets at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. They will need this amount of sunlight after growing in full shade for a week. 6 hours every single day is the ideal amount of sunlight for succulent cuttings.
Rooted Succulent Cuttings
After many weeks have passed and you have followed our quick care guide your succulent cuttings should have rooted. If they haven’t don’t worry, they might just take some more time. After they do take root, it’s very important to take care of them like you would with a regular rooted succulent.
Once your succulent cuttings root then you will just have to water accordingly and keep giving them enough sunlight. You will start to see them grow much larger, brighter, and healthier. They will grow so beautiful and healthy you will be so proud!