Hello, everyone! Welcome to the succulent. And today we will be talking about the Echeveria Prolifica as its name suggests. This succulent is a prolific reproducers or mabilisilla magpadami, and they are creating these beautiful clusters of minty and silvery green rosettes as you can see in front of us. This is how a prolifica look like. Although Manitlanza this kind of succulent can actually give you a lot of offset, so one mother plant can give you multiple offsets. This one is the mother plant and all of these surrounding. The mother plant are all offsets. Our prodifica is considered as a small clustering succulent. If it’s a bean, they are in groups and young roosevela can only grow to about two to four inches in diameter. So for example, this one. I think this is just one inch in diameter. Ayan Sila. And you attempt a mother plant sagittana. That’s probably around two inches in diameter so it will still continuously grow until it reaches a young maximum now diameter nila, which is four inches they can easily fill in your manga pots or in your containers during its flowering season, it can give you these beautiful yellow blooms that appears on long, leafy stems and Yunya Isasama characteristic plant natto. Another interesting thing about this succulent is that unkanyaman offsets grow in these long stems, so it’s literally branching out if we will be talking about Yunkanyan light requirements, This Prodifica requires about six hours of bright yet indirect sunlight every day, so this one is our mother plant and it’s receiving full, filtered sunlight around eight hours a day aside from its silvery mint color. This succulent one stress will give you this parang pinkish sakanyang leaf margins. The color would be more vibrant If we will be shooting these outdoors, but even though we are shooting this indoors, you could appreciate young Panka pinkish known Kanye Mangaly for jeans, so including this one Yonkanya manga babies or offsets the once again, they are already starting to get stressed. If we’re gonna be exposing it to direct sun to achieve this stress color, we have to do it gradually as they are prone to leaf. Sunburn and Kong is a very low light area, so whether that’s outside or inside these plants may also atheillate or Maggie Stretch oucha because it’s trying to seek for more sunlight and because of that, it could also lose some kind of round and compact shapes as with other succulents watering. This is very important we have to be extra cautious, especially that we need to ensure now there’s no water and, uh, would sit due to Sahaja yogis, because if that’s going to happen, it could lead to fungal infections or rot. In instead of watering, we have to water the succulent from underneath so for example. If you’re going to be watering, you’re just going to aim directly the Sapi Haba and as always, we need to let yonkanilang soil to go dry in between waterings, and I do water my prolifica every two weeks on Lagayan, if not totally joining in next is all about the maintenance that we need to do for our prodifica, and they are very prone to pass like human Mili bugs and young scales and it’s very important for us to check these kind of pests from time to time, especially that they are in cluster, Even if we have one or two Milli bugs that is enough to infect all of the resets. What you are seeing right now is unexpected. It’s not my intention. During the time around four months ago, I have this mother, plant, Nanatangal, sakhanyang nursery pot and walapahumapaglagan before and Pinaton shadito. You can also see Ngayon. Kanyong Soi is just one third of these spots so temporarily, but I was surprised because, and until now it has already a lot of offsets. This succulent didn’t receive any special treatment before Young Kanyon soil is just in typical guardian soil. I didn’t add any fertilizers. Here is a small corner, no adding filtered greenhouse, and we have here right now. A lot of bite marks as part of our maintenance. Today we will be removing into maladies. Na mejo. It’s very simple to remove it. You might be thinking, uh, saying, naman. If we will be removing these leaves. But Hindisha Sayan Kase, we can actually save this for propagation leaves, and so we will be removing all of these, and even if natangali nothing, it lives not on my damage, Hindi, Nama and Maha affected plant, so we are done removing some of those leaves, and as you can see, we can already have a better look at Manga Prolifica, but the thing it can grow literally everywhere as long as it is well draining, so I have made a soil mix. This one is a very deep. Nah, pot and what I usually do, is it. Is we also have humongous big chunks of these rocks and it really helps now. This one is a clay pot. So young air circulation. Nothing would be very good for our soil mix. I have Jung two kinds Eaton. Soy Mix. Natto is a combination of compost, Yumanga ipanang bigas and some garden soil like halal Narin Osmokot Ditosa soil mixed NATO after nano first layer non gravel. Nothing we will be adding this, and after we will be adding a layer. Which is this one we have. You’re adding vermica’s coco Peat? We have your ati manga pumi stones. So this is gonna be our top layer in the soil scenes directly. prolific. This is what I usually do. Manga succulents. That’s the time I put it on adding special. Soy mix is very rich in nutrients and at the same time detoxating peanut second layer it. Has you know, adding time release now? Fertilizer, which is osmo. So that’s really good for three to four months. Now, let’s try to talk about young. So it’s very simple, we can easily propagate them sakhanelang leaves, and if we are trying to touch it in prolific medium sensitivity leaves, they will actually grow on their own sobrang daming offsets. This one is an example of a leaf propagated now prolific on its own, but since it’s not receiving sufficient sunlight like Ethiopia, another way of propagation is you’re adding stem cuttings and sobring delinea propagates since you can visibly see young Athens them and all you need to do is make a clean cut if we will be doing you in your management cuttings. So from the very last Na Leaf, nothing, you have to give an allowance of one to two inches. If you will be replant this at least one inch box canyon soil. Yeah, so that’s it. We already have one successful propagation. You don’t. I think Prodifica, but even if we will not be doing you adding stem cuttings, it will continuously grow as you can see. It’s already a mother plant and amino offsets in between and shakaya. If you are someone, that gusto, Magpadamine succulents, then this one is the best option for you right now. We will be doing our repotting. So this one is from another succulent, so we will remove this offsets, But still, this is what I usually do. Ahima Sakurain Ito Manga Old Roots We can just simply trim trim them so this would allow for faster growth than new roots, so since we have removed some of its soil, We are now ready to repot it in head planter. What we will be doing is simply ipap well. Just try to fix it. If you notice would naturally penetrate it in less than a minute, This is how it looks like sangayon, and we cannot really fully appreciate it yet because a madame spaces in between, but in time, magnum, for your stem cuttings, you can air dry it for three to five days before transplanting, but if your soil is dry in a month, you can immediately transfer them and right now now I will transfer it and we also have another. We will put it in Amazon lid in the future, making it it will grow upwards. You can just simply propagate them so they will fill in young spaces and after several months we will be giving you an update about our prodifica. We will be also adding it to Manga related Na Leaf Little Saharapan because they will eventually grow if you wish to clean young Kanyon roots and trim and washing young succulents, it would look like this. So this one is an air dried Na Prodifica offering Hashem Air dry end matrim in just seven days. You would really see new roots. You can always have this kind of option and you will air dry your succulents first before repotting, so that’s all for our care guide today. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our Youtube channel. You may also visit our Facebook page at desert, Succulent Ph. bye!