If you love succulents, you probably love having them indoors in the winter. If you’ve ever wondered about your ability to propagate more succulent plants during the winter months, you can definitely make it work. And really, the process isn’t all that different from any other time of year. Here’s how to propagate succulent plants in winter.
1. Two Ways to Start
You can propagate succulents from leaf or stem cuttings. Just carefully cut off a piece to get started. If you choose to use leaf cuttings, be careful to break off the entire leaf, or it won’t root. Once you have your cuttings, dip them into succulent rooting hormone. This will help them root faster, but it will happen on its own more slowly.