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How To Propagate Pink Butterflies Kalanchoe Mother Of Thousands


Hi, guys, this is Laila. Again from Suds and Succulents. And today we are doing another propagation, plant propagation. What I’m doing today or propagating? Today Is this kalanchoe pink butterflies or Colleen Joey, Mother of thousands or mother of millions and here? It is, that’s how it looked like very pretty, that’s. Those pink butterflies are these are. These guys are plantlets. You can, uh, leave them. On the mother, mother tree mother leaves until until they are old enough to be propagated on their own and support themselves. See how pink they are. That’s because they don’t. It’s like a flower, and if you propagate them too early without the touch of greeneries like that, they will not make it, so you have to be patient and leave them on the mother tree until they become this color. See how that there’s greens on them? You go focus, focus, there you go. Some some already are greens or many of them. Um, and just the touch of pink now are left on them or left on them. See, I leave them. This color on the mother because of the reason of, uh, they need to be matured before you pick them and put them on your dirt or propagate them or else. Some of them will make it. Some of them want me. I’ve been having a very successful propagation with these guys. Because this is what I do. I leave them on the mother, mother, tree or mother plant. I call it tree because this thing is way so tall. See how how that look now? Beautiful, see, just gonna those guys are going to make it because they have their own. Um, green greenerie’s. Now, if they if you pick them too soon and to pink, there’s no photosynthesis to support them. Uh, to produce roots, so let’s get started. So this is the mother plant and Ill. Go ahead and start the video here. Okay, it’s not focusing. I mean, im! Sorry, start propagating, okay, guys. I picked just don’t know if this showing, um, this much. I mean, there’s a lot in in this pile. Okay, so I’m just gonna sit here and show it to you guys. Hopefully it’s showing, uh, my front camera. Doesn’t really take a good. Um, picture, you know it doesn’t. Look nice, so this is how it look like guys see that so okay, so we’re gonna go ahead and start propagating these guys, and I’m just using this, You know, um, recyclable containers and I have dirt and perlite, so I’m just gonna mix this together and I’m not going to water these guys. I will leave them alone for several, uh, days or even a week or so sometimes even longer than than that. I notice they survive no matter how many days you don’t water them, You just leave them alone and they will develop roots and start their own. Um, to become a plant like this, so I’ll show you guys this art of plants now. These are became the this was the plant labs and see how ice cut scattered them. Whole bunch in this one container. This is like you know, recyclable containers again. I don’t buy a lot of stuff for my garden. I just use recyclable a lot of recyclable stuff except for dirt and other material to get them going. If I can find anything recyclable free stuff in the house, I use that, but anyway, this is how they look like. When after maybe this is probably five to six months old, and I kind of like, separate them, So these guys are a little bit, Uh, bigger and fatter because they got more rooms in that one, so let’s get started. Okay, so what I do it, we’ll, just . Just go like that. Take it off from the mother leaves and just scatter it on my dirt. Sometimes I just do it like that. And they know the orientation of their roots will start or how they’re going to start. So they’re pretty smart. We don’t have to like, tell them like. Oh, or stand them up or this way or that way. But if they’re big enough like these guys see this, that’s. I left it alone for many, many months on the motherly, Uh, leaf, so look how big and developed these guys are already, so I know that they’re going to be very successful because that’s how I do it. I don’t pick them too early, and while they’re still a very pink because I know they can’t support themselves without the photosynthesis of the greenery, So I’m gonna leave this on the shade. We don’t want to put it out in the sunny spot or even partly sunny, they like to be on the shade until they start their own. Uh, they have their own roots, and then after like, a week or two like what I said, I’ll start spraying it with water. I don’t drown it with water. I just spray it this reusable items again. I just washed that real good. Keep it and use it for my garden and the fun part about the leaves. You don’t throw away the leaves just because you took the plantlets out of it. You leave them here and these leaves. They’re going to start another plantlets. It’s going to be a lot again, so I’m just gonna find a spot for it, So these guys are gonna start their own. It’s gonna be fun watching it. It’s like being on a tree again, So I will show you guys. I will bring it to you guys. Since my camera is all the way there I don’t know if it’s showing, that’s how it looked like, hopefully it’s showing, so thank you guys for watching, please like and subscribe. And, um, after this video. I think I’m going to make another video. Which is I’m going to repot or up pot. My, um, what’s that’s not calladiu’m anterior because you need it really badly. So, okay, guys, thank you for watching. You guys have a good day and please like and subscribe.