Adromischus Cristatus, also known as the crinkle-leaf plant, is a slow-growing plant with small, thick leaves that feature a distinctive wavy edge. The plant reaches a maximum height of about six inches. When it flowers, the flowers grow on a stem that can reach eight inches, and they're small and reddish white.
- How do you propagate crinkle leaves?
- How do you take care of Adromischus cristatus?
- How do you propagate Adromischus cristatus?
- How do you grow Adromischus?
How do you propagate crinkle leaves?
Crinkle leaf plants can be propagated from seed, though it's generally easier to propagate via leaf cuttings. Carefully remove a leaf from your crinkle leaf plant, and place it on a tray of soil in bright, indirect light. Within a couple of weeks, you should begin to see small roots growing from the end of the leaf.
How do you take care of Adromischus cristatus?
Plant them in full sunlight and well-drained soil. However, a little afternoon shade is helpful in very hot climates. Water the plant regularly during the growing season – whenever the soil is dry and the leaves begin to look slightly shrunken. Don't overwater, as all succulents are prone to rot in soggy conditions.
How do you propagate Adromischus cristatus?
Propagation: Usually propagate from single leaves (leaf cuttings) or stem cuttings seed propagation is rarely used. Leaves easily root and produce new plants. Twist off a leaf and permit it to dry out a couple of days, lay it on the soil and insert the stem end partially into the soil.
How do you grow Adromischus?
Adromischus like full sun to bring out their true colours and are very suitable for beginners. A position where the plant can receive a lot of light is recommended. If you grow indoors you need to leave them near a sunny window.