String Of Watermelon | How To Propagate The String Of Watermelon Succulent

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How To Propagate The String Of Watermelon Succulent


Hi, good afternoon. Everyone that, though, sorry, I just tried to mix it together English. I tried to speak English. Everyone’s going to understand, but sorry, sometimes I’m not playing in English. So this one is my string of watermelon that one. This is our mother plant so yesterday. I just starting to chop this one for the card. Then I was thinking, maybe do some vlogging for this one to give you an idea how I to propagate the string of watermelon. It’s a little bit heavy. It’s a big butt, so that one this one this. I chopped or I got yesterday. So what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna plug this in a patch, two of them. Maybe she can observe. It’s a little bit more green because I put this one in a filtered light, so it’s also good for the moment if you put in direct sunlight because it’s somewhere in Australia, so it’s just burned, so see this one. I’m gonna cut this one God, so let’s see how many plants or many how many parts I can make it that way And also I have here the string of brows. Yeah, I also. Shall we I’ll show you to propagate how to propagate this one? So this is the variegated one. Yeah, yeah, so we go first this string of watermelon. And also I’m gonna make soon. I’ll show you my string apart. This is the variegated one. So I just show you guys also this one. I’m gonna cut this one and let’s see I’m gonna try three different, Uh, soil mix. One I’m gonna use one is for the greeting. I get to mix in Akadama and the supplements mix and water. Let’s see which is which I mean, the first one to have roots. What do you mean? Hmm, yes. ! Oh, what’s that so so so so, um, so? Hey, hi, good morning, everyone, uh, okay. This is just simple tips. And how to care at the string of watermelon. So what I did mind is, uh. I put them in a shade of portal light. I’ll show you where I put mine so you can have idea. This is my already! Uh, chopped this one. So I put that there as you can see. There’s a big trace here, so it’s not like a direct sunlight. Especially now here in Australia is summer, sometimes reach 40 plus degrees, so it’s really hot for them. So at least they can have like, early morning sun. That’s enough for them and this one. Yeah, and about watering. I just water them like once a week. In summer and in winter, I just water like once every two weeks, and in my own experience, they’re happy So, okay, guys, that is just simple tips from me because it’s working for me. I hope that’s going to help you also and thank you everyone for watching good morning and have a good day bye.