I started with some pieces of Graptopetalum and some leaves that broke off that will root and grow a plant in place. Then I thought sedum acre, which will grow on most anything with good drainage. I stuck in a rooted piece of Brazilian ruellia that need a home.
I save every succulent leaf that falls. They are really
brittle and easily dislodged. I've been dropping them into
any nearby plant. Now rootlings have a place of their own.
It seemed a little sparse while we wait for sprouts.
A couple of rooted chlorophytums, more tiny Ghost
rootlings, and a hyacinth bulb in another patina'd pot.
Topped off with a rooted piece of Kalanchoe.
Ghost plants and sedum will survive outside, but the others are
too tender in freezing temps which are bound to come.
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