Thanks for joining us again. We’ve got another beautiful plant to present to you today. What is it? Jerry, so today, we’ll be talking about our solo. Our starter, it’s quite a mouthful. And it’s also called a lay seller. I think because of the tips and a torch plant because of its beautiful flowers in the stands, they go on So these originate in South Africa and Lesotho. So pretty far from where we are. Yeah, so as you can see with this plant, It’s a very beautiful, dark, deep kind of green for the most elites, and you have these little white bumps and specks, which basically track across the whole plant further to that. You do get these little little white tips towards the edges and they will get to about 20 centimetres tall or 15 and 15 centimetres wide, which is their 8 inches tall in 6 inches wide. And you can expect that these guys will get stems when they flower, which will get up to about 50 centimeters tall. Yeah, and on those who get orangey kind of pinkish flowers, which you can get to about 4 centimeters wide. Yeah, they’re absolutely gorgeous. When you see them wonderful, wonderful things to see so where we’ve got ours located during a couple of different positions, so we’ve got some of them indoors, which we just won here best way to go this guy as well, so they’re on just window sill facing outside, obviously, so they get plenty of indirect light, which is what they need right in indirect light, You could also put them outdoors as long as they are shielded from direct light, so they stood here. I’ve got a lot of yeah. They’ve been outside. Yeah, scary for the same with indirect light as well. Yeah, yeah, like ones in a greenhouse and one is under an Eve, which again gets no direct light. So that’s the two places you could grow them. You know that they’ll thrive if you put them in a full? Sun location. Yeah, Jared will talk. That will possibly happen. Yes, in terms of care, what will touch on first? It’s just a couple of basics. Firstly, you want a well-drained soil. As usual, we would recommend kind of the northern soil mix with sand one to one ratio, possibly with a little bit of perlite further to that. You also want to make sure that when you do water them, you water them deeply. And then they can tolerate periods of drought afterwards, so just go off the leaves in the soil like we were wasting. Yeah, they’re happy to have this all dried out like, yeah. They can tolerate it, yeah? I understand so further to that mask. After touched on earlier. In terms of life here, you can also tell with these plants if they’re starting to not enough or too much if it starves a lot or if they’re had too much, so when they are bits when there are a bit stuff for lights, they tend to go a much lighter green and become quite elongated with their leaves when they are starting to get burnt. You’ll find that they’ll get a much Brown and kind of color, and they just they look at me. They look very. Yeah, so that’s just two things to bear in mind with them in terms of the lights and the location. Yeah, the last thing. I probably would say with that. It’s just basically if you’re going to report them. The best time is to do it in spring by though mates doesn’t mean you can’t do it at other points in the year, but it’s the best point -. Yeah, have them recover the best after you have it done, You know, we have actually reported one and showing ya taking a video on that propagation for you as well which put in there now. Okay, so here we are in our potting shed, and we’ve got our mother plant with a lot of different offsets coming off the main plant. You can see a lot of them are very, very green, but some of them do have a bit of browning on them because they’re being seeing a little bit too much. Sun, so we’re gonna pick a plant that’s looking healthy, so it’ll give you the best chance to turn into another plant. This just pulled straight out. Just got the roots there. That are the important things just clean off any extra dead leaves because it’s more likely that the plant won’t get root rot. If you remove those, and then actually another thing you consume. This plant is that it has a an extra offset, so this plant already has extra parts going off of it, so that’s a bonus for us and we’ll just pop that into just another pot. We just grab a little bit of soil, just so I can cover that root, and then I’ll just contact the soil and we should have a brand new plant. How goods that these plants are so simple to propagates another reason that we love them. Yeah, so that was a great little video there in propagation. Thanks to them that together First area, no more. It’s a very easy subject to work with all plants inside so very, very simple to propagate as usual. Yeah, so that pretty much wraps it up for today, Guys. In terms of what we love about this plant for myself. I would say just the ability for this succulent to thriving doors and compared to other succulents. So would you say for you? Yeah, no surprises here. I love propagation, so I’m going to say so easy to propagate. If they’re grown in the correct conditions, you’ll get heaps and heaps of clients. Oh, honey, well, thanks for watching guys. We’ve hope you enjoyed it. Throw us a like. Charles up, subscribe. And yeah, we’ll see you, sir. Bye !