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Senecio Scaposus Care And Repotting Tips For Beginners. Video About Succulents


Hello, my friends. Welcome to! US. Pilots! Thank you so much for visiting my channel again, or if you are new to my channel, please subscribe and click on the done button to be notified of all the videos that I post every week about claims and gardening and today we’ll be reporting This wonderful scenarios, suppose? Tonight’s show is a very large genus, which actually has 1,000 even more species and some of them are perennials. Some of them are awkward. Some of them are actually actually noxious weeds and actually, some of them around 100 are cyclins. Just like this one well. This one is senescence. Cavazos and its name is actually from the lineage Senex, which means old man. And, of course, you know why, because the leaves are actually as if they are covered in snow or covered in like coal? Well, there are just green, but they look great or even white, just because of this peppers on it. Well, actually, some of this varieties can be even a little bit poisonous for your pet. So if you if you grow carrots now, if you have pets, then try to put your playing a little bit far away from the past, where they cannot reach them, or if you can’t, then maybe it’s better not to grow this one, but of course it this is a very unique and very interesting plant and I would definitely recommend growing it, so this is a succulent, which means that the light and watering, and, of course, the soil should be just like most of the succulents that you grow them. For example, the light should be very bright light, even a little bit of Sun, but try not to burn your plant just depending on your climate where you are growing them. The source should be Sandy and should be well here. I have, for example, a mixture of potting mix for succulents together with perlite and a little bit of Lechuza. So I have mixed them all. And I believe that this is even better quality for my succulents. I try to grow them. In this kind of mixture while watering, of course, you need to water them thoroughly, but then let the soil get tri between the water instances. Well, most of the cycle is you go just like this, right, So the most important think about this succulent. Actually, there’s so drought-resistant. So, for example, already established friends, they can just go without watering for even couple of weeks. And if you haven’t seen my test on watering of succulents, the link is here, you can just watch them and very sure that, for example. If you don’t water your succulents for about 10 days, nothing will happen to them. Although as you can see, they are actually small, stemless succulents that he actually grow lots of babies around the bigger plants and in the summer, you can grow them outside and in the winter. Well, if you have milder Winters like minus-7 the coldest Celsius, then you can maybe grow them outside, but if no, then maybe it’s better to bring them home, but still try to organize them a little bit cooler temperatures as for the propagation. Well, these are the flowers as you can see and you can propagate them from seeds, but I don’t have seeds yet, so the flowers can be small, white, small yellow, and this is what I have, and still it’s fine. I mean, it’s a little bit unique, right, so I don’t see any problem there, even though I don’t have this, I like bigger and bright colored flowers here, so everything is fine as for the propagation, you can propagate them with seeds as I’ve already told you. You can just separate the bushes. You can just separate the plants, for example here. I have many I could. I can easily separate them and I will happen many plants, but in this case, I would actually prefer growing them all together because for me, they look just nicer and I would just report it in this bigger pot. Of course, it will be in this pot with holes and then in this ceramic pot just to make it more durable and another way of propagation is actually with leaves. There’s also a lens right so you can just cut The leaves. Put them in the soil. Keep it a little bit moist and that’s it. Okay, so let’s jump in, so we’re taking this plant out of the pot. I will squeeze a little bit from the sides to help the friend. Go out easily, just like this. Look at the roots. It’s already the time to report it, but you can see that from the nursery. This is still the store that I bought this plan. In so from the nursery, they come not in a sandy soil, but in a little bit like well. It looks like the turf Peat Moss, even which is actually well good for the nurseries, but when we grow them in our homes, it’s better to recut them and recut in a sandy. Really well-drained soil, all right. I don’t want to miss too much with the roads, though. That should be fine. A little bit more OC. And then let me just show you here. Just maybe half of it. All right, so we have here another plant. You need to see these roots. Look how, like healthy and big they are and like thick, wonderful roots, all right, so this tool will come here. This one here and with this one. I can actually take a couple of leaves from here and I would propagate propagators and I will show you later. The progress. It’s that easy. You just drink a couple of leaves to have the stem a little bit open so that not all the leaves will be in the soil, and now that we have a small like food here, we can actually plant it, but for that we will need to add soil First of all. So let me just put it here. By slightly pushing, I will just make the soil a bit firm for the plan and this will also help the plans to establish easier. So you need to make sure that the plant is really firmly sitting in the soil and there are no air pockets because then dudes will be actually really well and quick, established quicker established in the soil. All right, just like this, and now this one can go just like this like you. Just stick it into the soil. Push it a little bit and then wait with your finger. You can just push a little bit on the soil to make it firm around the plant and edilene the soil for stability. Of course, mama will water it. It will be kind of better near ready. The most interesting and the most important part about this scenario is actually fertilizing. Well fertilizing. We think that we are helping our plant to grow better to get the nutrients and to move, but not with this plant, because if you fertilize them, For example, once a month, this should be absolutely enough and especially in the spring and summer in autumn and in winter this plant go away the dormant, so you don’t need to fertilize them at all, but even if in the summer, you fertilize them too often or too much this way, you are not helping your plant, but actually, you are harming your plant because this can promote leggy grow, So you don’t definitely don’t want that, right, That’s it. Look how different it looks like. Now it’s even looks. I don’t know so much better and bigger in Crete here, so I will just water it and we’ll put in a bright place covering from direct Sun and let’s see how it grows. I will be showing you the updates on my Facebook page and Instagram, So you can also follow me there. 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