Once your cutting develops roots, you can treat it just as you would a rooted offset. If you rooted it in water, it’s time to give it home in a pot. Succulent potting mix works well for kalanchoe.
Likewise, people ask, how do you propagate kalanchoe cuttings?
Regarding this, how do you propagate kalanchoe from water?
What type of soil do kalanchoe like?
Kalanchoes are succulents that grow best in a well-drained and well- aerated potting soil, such 60% peat moss and 40% perlite. Cut back tall growth and old flower stems. Keep well watered in a sunny, warm window. After danger of frost, move outdoors to a bright, lightly shaded spot for the summer.
Prevent kalanchoe from becoming “leggy” by pinching off tall shoots and spent flower stems. This will promote new growth and flowers while keeping the plant compact and healthy-looking.
Kalanchoes, like many succulents, are super-easy to propagate, which is just a fancy word for producing more plants from your original. Just break off a leaf or a piece of leafy stem (not a flower stem), let it dry out for a couple of days, then stick it in a pot of dry soil.