The best and quickest way to propagate is to let your plants mature and wait for the branches to turn into a head which will start growing its own branches. This growth can be cut off, left to dry for a day and planted in succulent potting mix. To propagate, cut off branches like these.
Beside this, how do you propagate aeonium Medusa?
Thereof, how do you propagate Euphorbia Flanaganii?
How fast does Medusa cactus grow?
Height & Growth Rate
The Medusa Plant is a very slow-grower and typically reaches an ultimate height of around 60 to 90cm.
Euphorbia Medusa’s Head Care
Although Medusa’s Head is drought tolerant, the plant benefits from regular moisture during summer and won’t tolerant long periods of drought. In general, one watering every week or so is enough. Again, be sure the soil drains well and never allow the soil to become waterlogged.
Simply take a stem cutting and if you want to see it root, just set it aside and keep it in a dry location away from direct sunlight. You will see roots forming from the bottom of the stem after about two weeks. It really is that simple.
You can propagate aeoniums easily by taking cuttings, which should root in a few weeks. Take cuttings in spring. Select young, slender shoots as propagation material. These will root more easily and have more vigour than older, thicker shoots.
During the growing season when the aeonium is about 15-20cm (6-8in) tall, you will need to remove some of the leaves and the growth bud at the very centre of the rosette to stimulate the plant to branch out.