They perform best in a sunny, outdoor position, in a well-drained compost with sharp horticultural grit added for drainage. A layer of grit added to the surface of the compost will stop the leaves from becoming wet from mud, preventing rotting.
Likewise, how do you care for an indoor sempervivum?
What a sempervivum needs to survive as a houseplant:
- Well-drained soil.
- Water once a month.
- Bright, indirect light.
- Cactus mix potting soil.
In this way, what succulents can be propagated in water?
Many jades, sempervivums, and echeverias take well to water rooting. If you decide to give this a try, follow the easy steps listed below to maximize your success: Allow succulent cutting ends to callous. This takes a few days to a week and prevents the cutting from taking up too much water and rot.
How do you propagate hardy succulents?
The best time to divide any perennial succulent plants is usually in the spring just as new growth emerges, although with Sedum it can be done at almost any time. The clump should be dug out of the ground with a sharp spade. Slice down around the outside of the clump to cut the roots.