If you love succulents and have some experience in cultivating and caring for them, you’ve probably encountered the slow decay of these plants at least once. Succulents don’t demand much care, but a few mistakes can lead to their rotting.

When properly nurtured, succulents can be effortlessly propagated in water, multiplying them and ensuring their longevity without the risk of damage. Here are six succulents that can be quickly and easily propagated in water.

1. Echeveria Imbricata

  • With plump leaves, it thrives in full sunlight, good ventilation, and well-draining soil. It can be reproduced from seeds, cuttings, or leaves.
  • Stores water in its leaves and can withstand prolonged periods of drought.

2. Crassula

  • Among the most well-known and appreciated succulents, Crassula comes in various colors.
  • Resilient and adaptable to different conditions.

3. Haworthia

  • With over 60 species, most feature distinctive white lines on their leaves.
  • Flowers and is easy to care for and cultivate.

4. Sedum Rubrotinctum

  • Reaching up to 20 centimeters in height, it thrives in bright environments with minimal water requirements.

5. Graptopetalum

  • Grows in a rosette shape and has slow growth. Prefers full sunlight.
  • Water twice a week in summer and once every 15 days in winter.

6. Kalanchoe

  • Tends to grow laterally, requiring more space than others.
  • Drought-tolerant and low-maintenance.

How to Propagate Succulents in Water:

  1. Choose the succulent you want to propagate and cut a stem or leaf from the parent plant.
  2. Allow the cut to heal for 3 or 4 days before stimulating root development.
  3. Fill a glass with water and immerse the cut end of the succulent, ensuring there is space for air.
  4. Once roots have developed, you can plant them in soil or change the water when it becomes cloudy.