Hi, guys! Jess, here so today. I’m going to be talking about Kalon chose, or we’re kalanchoe ease or, however, you call them specifically, the Culantro Panda or the Kalon Show Chocolate Soldier. I’m talking about, like the fuzzier types that have the fuzzy leaves. I know there’s a bunch of other different types of Kalon chose, but I’m not exactly sure if the propagation is the same. This is the one that I’m most familiar with. So I thought I would give you guys a video on that today. Currently, all my big Kalon shows that I would normally probably use from our are in arrangements or are too small to like. Do anything with because I’ve used them. All recently, so on my succulent wreath is really. I just knocked as I killing off a little guy. We’ll just see where else anyways. So my Kalon shows here. These are really the only ones I have. Um, that are big enough to really pull anything off of this is my succulent wreath, which I will post a video of it if you have not seen it already. But, um, a real fun. I have one over there too. So I’m gonna just pull the leaf off of this to kind of show you how I do it. It’s not extremely challenging. Um, but yeah, alright so. I’m gonna show you how to do this on this guy here. You want to this one’s? A little dehydrated. I’ll just guess it’s on this wreath form, so ideally, you would want one. That’s a lot thicker like here. I’ll show you an example. This is pretty dehydrated. It’s able to be moved a lot. If we come over here like this one. He has a lot more resistance. Um, so this one’s a much better leaf because he has a lot more water in him, so he’s gonna do a lot better, but on this one, you just want to get at that base and I just kind of take my nail and get under it and twist it off. Doesn’t have to be perfect. These ones are really forgiving. Is something like the Lola or the Allegra? When you’re doing belief propagation, you really want to make that nice cleaning synapse one doesn’t necessarily always have it. It will have like a little cut spot. You can see on this one that it’s really green here, and that’s okay, that’s perfectly fine. That’s how this one’s going to behave. So now if we come over here. I have a couple different things. I wanted to show you so. This is the new leaf that we just made. You can see that green watery side here. I’m gonna let this sit in like a bowl or on a plate or in the shade somewhere for probably a week and just leave him there. And then these three. I pulled a couple days ago. Probably a week or two ago, and you can see that it’s really calloused over, and that is what you’re going for. Is this callus? Look, because that’s gonna make sure that there’s a nice barrier that prevents it from getting any water in the leaves and causing them to rot, so that stuff is really important for these guys, so here’s just a little comparison for you really want to make sure that these are calloused over These ones are gonna perform so much better than this one, just because he’s super flexible doesn’t have much water. These ones are all pretty firm. So then here’s my propagation Tray. Tada, that I did a update on recently. Lost another one here, too, right, I just watered. It probably watered it too much. But whatever you lose, some doesn’t matter, but I have a whole row of Kalan shows here and Kalan shows grow somewhat slowly, but they usually are one of my first ones to start so this one and this would not have anything yet. They just have roots, but as you can see here, Um, if I can move this leaf a little bit. I put them way too. Close, there’s a little nice baby there, and there’s another one there and then. I have another one over here. This one is really tall. He must not have gotten very much like, but he’s trying to stretch out around that plant and get some so then. I have this little guy and he’s just such a fun little pot of cuteness. I just had three random leaves, and I threw them in this pot at a little angle. They are all doing really well as you can see. Yeah, they’re all growing multiple little things. I don’t even know which one’s belong to which at this point. I’m probably gonna let them grow in here a little bit longer, just until the leaf starts to get a little mushy. These ones are still extremely hard, but I do water this so like with any propagation. I don’t do anything really different with with Kalan shows than I do with my other succulents. I water them about once a week. I give them Sun, but yeah, so they’ll eventually get bigger A little bit slower, though, like this. I’ve had probably a couple of months. The other thing that is really neat about Kevon shows in comparison to succulents that you know, like my little Cenas or my my mystery, succulent here, trying to figure him out still or like my oppa. Linas or you know, any of the echo. Various is that you can actually take this guy and cut it into thirds, alright? I mean, I take it into thirds. I’m sure you could do more. Yeah, so I I’m sorry. That was a little messy. I couldn’t hold the camera and cut, but I essentially just cut this little guy up into thirds. I don’t think I can put it back together again. Huh, you let these callous over because you can see, they’re nice and juicy, but you would want to let these callous over before you add them to the tray to water them, and they should grow roots, so the other unique thing you know about Camachos is that you can cut them into those thirds and that will really spread out your succulent propagation a lot farther. I just didn’t do it for whatever reason I think. I’m just not used to propagating that way. I think I’m used to like laying down the whole leaf, and that is why I didn’t cut all mine up. Although I should have because I would have probably gotten a lot more. Maybe if you’re worried about it, don’t try that right away, but what you could do is you could take a couple of them and cut them into thirds or halves or whatever and see you know how they perform against your other ones because I have had random leaves break in half and then have babies. Come out of them! I had one last year, but I don’t know what happened to it, so I know it’s possible because I’ve had it happen, but otherwise, if you guys have any culantro specific questions, you can definitely leave them down below. I will, I would love to answer them for you. So this was part of my succulent propagation series. If you can kind of call it that. I guess if you guys have questions about a specific, succulent or you want to know how to propagate a specific, succulent, definitely leave the name of it down below. Otherwise you can email me, and that is also going to be in the description box, as well as my social media accounts, which you should go give a follow to, um, but I am going to be taking a list of those and seeing which ones I can do. This culantro was one of them so. I hope this helps. Whoever suggested that really make sure that you’re letting those callus over. Otherwise, there’s really no secret to it other than letting it get a lot of light and watering it about once a week or whenever the soil is dry. You definitely don’t want to overwater it either because that can lead to rot as well. So definitely just make sure that your soil is completely dry before you try to water it again and having a pot that has drainage as well as succulent specific soil, which I’ll include a link down to below. I just used that. Miracle Grow cactus and succulent soil! I buy mine at Home Depot. But I’ll include a link to Amazon If you haven’t made it. Um, but I don’t ever have a problem with Michael on shows propagating them this way and so. I hope that this helps you guys, so definitely leave your succulents. You want to see propagated down below and I will try to get to those and have a great weekend. Bye.