Welcome to guard Inga. This time. We are going to talk about the capite clause, the subspecies tears and Flora . This subspecies of creates its capital, a is native to southern Africa, and as growth is rather fast so that they can get an idea of the growth as always. We will show a photo that we post on the account of Instagram that leaves war tinga from three months ago, But look not only at the size, but also how the hue of this succulent will change and this other image is from about a month ago, where? You can see that it has grown a lot, but that it is also gradually acquiring that reddish purplish hue on its leaves and is currently so wherever both the leaves and the stem have that tone that is not red-red but is a medium, reddish purplish, and it is also interesting to see what the growth is quite compact in this succulent and is forming as a colony is going to go expanding little by little, where the stems do not usually exceed a size of 10 cm, and I know that it is a succulent sport rather low. As for the suggested irrigation, it is every 15 days or earlier if the substrate is completely dry and in winter once a month. Let us remember that in order for it to reach this shade is not only important that it receives direct sunlight, but also that the substrate is not permanently wet. This will favor it to acquire this tonality and in terms of lighting, be a little. We anticipated it is a succulent that likes direct sun exposure in temperate climates, and if you live in a tropical climate, be careful what they are the noon and afternoon hours since the leaves can burn, the optimal temperature ranges from 16 to 24 degrees. And as for the cold, it is a succulent that is genetically not prepared for tolerate frost, but if one adapts it to the place where it lives, it can tolerate a light frost, and it is generally suggested not to expose it to temperatures below zero degrees. Now what we are going to do is transplant this succulent that is in a pot number 8 and it seems that it is getting girl. Now we are going to see it. According to the size of the roots to a pot that is number 10 a little bigger, so it also has space to continue growing, but in turn we are going to reproduce the by cutting of stem, so we are going to show. How is the process to cut a stem from this succulent that will surely be one of these that is dropped precisely by this lack of space in the pot and is what we are going to do now to save and reproduction by sheets. Because you are not talking about reproduction by leaf and never reproduces it by leaf, because actually in this subspecies, there are parents of leaves that are facing each other and are united like that. Go through the stem. That’s why it is similar to what the piercing is, and it would be very difficult to never try to detach a blade from its opposite pair to reproduce it. But if someone has done it and it has gone well, or it has bad it does not matter that. I leave it in the comments since I would be interested to know if it can be reproduced by leaf, although the easiest thing is to reproduce it by cutting detailed how we are going to do now so I would use harting people to do Reynosa ways and I did not know it so well, here someone happens, then he did it, and we are going to learn all good with my post-apocalyptic gardening kit. That would be hear that. I just used it, that’s. Why it’s dirty, but hey, it doesn’t make me want to clean. Let’s separate it, actually. Remove it from the flowerpot, and I’m giving myself that you forget to bring me the stick. So let’s go to Carlitos. We are going to use you for these changes because you are behaving very badly and people already say so so we are going to separate a. Little of the substrate of the pot is not watering it and it has been quite a few days like this that the substrate is quite easy. It is not glued to the pot but still. I just want to detach it a little bit because I do not want to damage her in this process and how difficult it is for me to film and do this to at the same time. We are going to do it slowly there. I think it has already come off. I do not know if you can appreciate the tonality it has, but it is really beautiful. Although that depends on each one, but the process of seeing her that was remembered in the first photo I showed three months ago. It was pretty green and after it acquires this color. It really is interesting. Well, here we take it out this. The newspaper that we always always put down that in this case, it has not disintegrated. There is no problem because the water the same when we water and let’s see if they see how the roots are quite grown to the roots, so we are doing well to transplant the be questions. When is actually the preferable transplant time, it is usually spring here at the time of filming this and on the spot where I live. Spring is already late. A few days summer is going to start, but no, no problem, it can be done since it is not at rest. So what we are going to do now is actually go. By completing with a little substrate, you could use a larger pot for the roots, but I prefer to pass this one at the moment, so we put substrate as always. You fans stretch everything. Well, let’s hold like this to make it easier. Keep your position! So what we are going to do now is press a little. We push a little not too much either. The same. When we water the first time, this is going to sink a bit of substrates, but they are putting a little more. If not, there is no problem with that, so there it would be. We are going to accommodate a little to continue. I said working to help you clean. Yes, Carlitos Helped me clean all this very quickly to be able to continue with the video. So what we are going to do now is, as we said before cutting a cutting of stem for reproduction, we are going to use as I always do a cut element. well! I cut him a woman. We are going to use a cutting element. That what just happened is that? I did like this and we were very close and I accidentally cut a sheet. I apologize! It was not without want, but well, you’re here. I can’t do anything was the tip of a leaf. You are sure to heal the problem. Do not worry about this. Previously disinfected with alcohol, which, in fact is because every day the disinfected is dirty because I use it all the time, but we are going to find a leaf to reproduce that as well as do. Well cut good things that happen, not all. We fail no problem, It’s human nature, so let’s just keep going e good which reproducing what dilemma, And in fact, here a little girl is coming out. I don’t know if you see it, you see that there is a little cut something and a new stem sprouted, so it is healthy. It is healthy. We are going to one of the most falls is. This would be this or this one, so let’s go for this. Just what we do is such a cut in the stem. It may have aerial roots. It does not have it here. I had another one. I’m going to have to cut nothing in reality. What is convenient is to detach the leaves. Those that are more at the base that it is very difficult to detach the loose leaves. You can also try to reproduce these, in fact. I’m going to leave them here well. This is going quite easy in this so things to try. Reproduce them surely reproduces per sheet that I do not think not and more to the be so prolific because pretty prolific and grabs pretty well, so what we are going to do is keep shedding some leaves closest to this end of the stem. fine. In the way it has this. I do not know why it is like this, but nothing is not the problem of being the subject of the leaves and here. I made a problem. This is what passes it begins to remove the leaves. It comes off a little. The stem is damaged. A little here is a little girl, lets. Let her go! This is what we do is let her go before heal. We use any element in this case. We are going to use this. We always use, and the idea is with any element that they have that. This is hanging with always indirect sun exposure. Try to protect it. Do it within the house. This this process, so that easier scars at little risk of infection. The idea is that where we cut scars and does not have to be touching the soil. So let’s wait with this stem thickness, Surely in two or three days, he is already healed. The idea is that he is trained here. As always, we say a little bit. They are going to see that it is dry and it has gone until green. There are SETI that they form a little piece. That turns like a dark little shell. Well, there in that now, we can pass it with dry substrate to a pot. For example, in, he made a smaller one than this. We filled it with the substrate. We deserve and when that falls after about three days, surely there, if the we are going to plant directly in that dry substrate, we are not going to water it by a week and we start with at the end of the week, which is to give time to what is you are going to get some small roots. We are going to start with superficial irrigations that go to do lets. Put it twice a week, but it is a fast, superficial risk and not to the point of watering it in depth that is drain water and come out from the bottom of the pot because the roots are still going to be small, and then they will realize that it has the root has come out when they see that it begins to grow that the stem of make the leaves bigger to be better there at that point, they are making and at the after a while, you have to give it the treatment of a normal, succulent with the suggestions. If you want that, we gave before so good. This was all of this video of this beautiful, succulent who wanted to do it since he has acquired this beautiful tonality, and I wanted it to remain to also register it and as always. The likes suggestions, comments and recommend us are appreciated and good and see you in a next video. So bye, bye, friends ! I want you to know that word. Tinga says that after cleaning does not clean anything, know it the same in a like .