Pickle Plant | 27/100 Pickle Plant Delosperma Echinatum Succulent Care Guide

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27/100 Pickle Plant Delosperma Echinatum Succulent Care Guide

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Hello, everyone! Welcome to desert succulent. And for today we’re going to be talking about the LA Sperma akinatum or commonly known as the pickle plant. It can grow up to 18 inches or 45 centimeters, tall Yunkan leaves have these parent’s spine like white hairs, and if you will be touching it, it’s gonna be very soft. It’s not really that, um, sharp. It won’t really hurt you. If you’re gonna be touching them. If you would be pressing yunkanyong leaves, you would notice now. It’s very soft parashang my foam salon. Para matiga’s are hard to touch. We would be expecting to have a white or pale yellow to yellow flowers held at the stem tips of this pickle plant. Their leaves are mostly evergreen and because of this they can be a perfect ground cover all year round, especially Samana areas Namai for seasons of Pilipinas. We don’t need to worry about that. Since we don’t have four seasons and we could fully enjoy it. A pickle plant all year round, they prefer young, adding full sun to partial shade and for my pickle plants. I put them at the rain or China area so they are exposed constantly. The ones adding sunlight almost every day. Sometimes you would notice that it will have this parang brownish, not coloring and canyon leaves. Supposedly, it should be this color. Green Da Pacha. But if you notice leaves, it means not, it’s receiving too much sunlight or in this receive sufficient not to bend. Eventually, it will turn into this, you know, dried the leaves and canyon leaves once completely dried watering wise. It’s very similar to other succulents. Now we should only be watering them but completely dry in a new canal soil. Although I noticed now for our pickle plant, they really require watering more often. Abilities might dehydrate, young kanelang leaves, and therefore I don’t really follow a specific schedule in watering them. Once I notice leaves or it’s already turning into this parang brown national color. I do water them immediately. Our pickle plants are very low maintenance, kind of succulents, and they are very suitable in any growing condition, they will thrive well in reach or while draining the soil. But if you will be putting them in a poor soil, still, they will do well. So as far as I can remember Gina Mekong soil during the time when I propagated it on a thing, Pickle plant was just a typical garden soil and this one is not really well draining, so let’s try to see the soil and young roots, including this one. See, you would see, said even the drainage holes, so I think more or less. This one is in this spot for almost five months or six months already. You would see that the quality of its soil is not really that good. It’s not even well draining, but still our pickle plant is thriving well. These are parang molds, and we will be repotting this later so we will be removing it on Kanyon Pinaka soil. I have to remember that. This kind of plant can become very invasive, so it is best to take this into consideration when planting it or before planting it. So in my case, I have prepared a soil mix here, and so this one is already a well draining one looking by how this pickle plant looks like. It already is toppling down. It’s a canyon pot, and I think it could also be a perfect hanging succulent as well. I never tried propagating them. Using young Kanela Manga leaves. But I have tried propagating them using you adding manga stems. And in fact, both of these you are seeing right now are a result of my stem cutting’s propagation before, Nah, stem cutting, but look how many branches it has as of the moment, see. These are the new offsets. If you want to air dry it and colors over, then you can also do that, but since I have prepared a drying potting mix, I won’t be doing that instead. I will just immediately transfer it into satin potting soil, so it will clean up, but now let’s move on atting repotting. First, We need to remove the soil, so when we say root bound, this is a perfect example of that one see roots our original plan of repotting. Both of them dito. Single pot has changed. I decided to save and preserve this one since I’m really amazed by how perfectly it looks like. So the first thing that you need to do is shampoo. We need to loosen it up and tangling up so you can treat them with fungicides. If you want, you can wash it and air dry before you’re planting. But for today, I will be showing to you how we can just immediately transfer it. Here is a top view of our soil mix and all we need to do is just create a whole kunsan after creating a hole. We are now ready to put, you know, adding pickle plant detox nut, so that’s it. We are done repotting this one. All you need to do is wait for at least one week before watering it thoroughly, and so I will be using a chopstick cassette in the balancing canyon weight. Most of its weight are towards this side so to help it support its weight. We will be using this chopstick. You can make use of any stick that you have your manga. What distinction that would be fine? But I’m using this since it’s sturdier Mas Matibasha as compared Pakwali Stington Gaga meeting nothing so we will just simply put that to help it encore itself and support itself, then eventually after a couple of months, it’s mature enough, it’s already well rooted and you can simply remove this one for our stem cutting. We can just put it somewhere else here, so growing succulents take time because they will grow naturally, so here is our newly potted pickled plant. We’ll be putting it in a macrame and we will be hanging this outside and that’s it. Thank you guys for watching. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our Youtube channel. You may also visit our Facebook page at desert, Succulent ph you!