|Echeveria pulidonis after 8 weeks, and 'Baby Jade' [Crassula argentea] after 24 days|
This is my photo update for Echeveria pulidonis propagation. Tomorrow it will be 8 weeks since I carefully plucked leaves off this succulent and placed them on top of the soil. To simplify, here are photos from the 8 week progress so far, but I also have blog posts at Week 3, Week 4, and Week 6 if you want to get more in-depth.
When I re-potted the babies last week, I noticed they had single longer white roots below the soil. I didn't want to up-root them just for a photo - so perhaps more is going on underground. On top, the 'leaves' are getting fuller and larger ever so slowly. They are taking a loooong time!
|Flashback: Week 0|
|Flashback: Week 3|
|Flashback: Week 4|
|Flashback: Week 6|
|Echeveria pulidonis after 8 weeks!|
|Baby Jade [Crassula argentea] after 24 days|