I’ve always wanted to repot a succulent, and I’ve been frustrated that I don’t know how to do it. I have been attempting to repot a succulent in a small pot of water for several years and have always ended up soaking it in a bowl of water. In this video, I will show you how to repot a succulent in a smaller pot of water.
The key is to take the stem off the succulent and place it in a larger pot of water and then put the succulent on top of the water. Once the water is warm, gently massage the succulent stem with a wooden spoon. Let the water drain and place the succulent on top of the water. The succulent should be just about ready to pot when you put the water back in.
The video also demonstrates how to use a small pot of water to apply the succulent to a patio surface. I found the video to be incredibly helpful so I’m sharing it.
As a general rule you don’t need to repot a succulent. However, since I do repot succulents on a regular basis for my flower beds, I thought I’d share some tips to help you get started.
The first thing to do is to make sure that the succulent is not drying out and getting brown. The first step is to make sure the succulent is not drying out and getting brown. The first step is to make sure the succulent is not drying out and getting brown. To do this you can spray a small amount of water over the succulent and let it sit until the water is completely absorbed. You can either use a spray bottle or a watering can.
I use a small spray bottle and a watering can. It’s not the most fancy method of watering, but it works and it gets the job done.
Another key step in repotting succulents is to get them into the right stage of life. If you want to transplant a succulent into the garden, make sure it is in a pot that can be easily moved. If you want to transplant them into your balcony, make sure they are on a pot that you can move. If you want to transplant them into your home, you need to make sure they are in a pot that can be easily moved.
Once you’ve got succulents into the right stage of life, you need to give them the “right” watering. A good watering method is to use a watering can. This is the best method of watering because you don’t need to worry about how it’s going to get wet.
The most important step is to get the succulents into the pot you wish to transplant them into. You can’t transplant a succulent from a pot it is in. You can only transplant them into pots. This is the perfect time to look for a pot that is easy to move. These pots can be moved around.
One of the things I’ve learned in my research into succulents is that the ones best suited to transplant into are the ones that hold their leaves up. Not like the ones that just have a bunch of leafy stuff sticking out. These are the “leafy” succulents. Because they have leaves that are hanging down, the succulent you want to transplant into is the one that has the most leaves.