Succulent propagation is so easy to do! Snip off a few shoots and sprouts, let the ends dry for a couple days, then place them on top of some damp soil.
You really don’t have to hang them, but I happened to have an old rake head that seemed to me to be the perfect tool, and it looks cute too. For some reason I love old, rusty tools. Rakes, hammers, spades …
You can see there are already a few roots which had formed even before I snipped them from the main plant. Oh, and make sure to keep them out of direct sunlight.
The next step is to place them on damp soil, and I’ll keep you updated on their progress.
Will they root or rot?