Propagate these bright golden 'Angelina’ succulents by sticking the end of the cutting in soil.
This listing is for unrooted succulent plant cuttings of Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’. Each cutting is 2-3” long.
There are some gorgeous gold, yellow and red colors on this trailing ground-cover succulent. They make perfect cuttings for almost every succulent arrangement, are very colorful and relatively fast-growing.
Plant the cut ends in soil and wait two weeks to water. The plants won’t need water until roots start to form. Keep out for direct sunlight at first and then slowly acclimate to full sun.
Peak growth season: Autumn/Spring
Dormant: Summer (slow growth in winter)
Propagation: Propagate from cuttings during growth season, Spring is ideal.
Once roots are established, water when soil is dry to the touch. Will require more water in the Summer.