How to Grow a Succulent from Seeds

Succulent seeds are tiny! Find out how to grow succulents from these tiny seeds so you can expand your collection! It's the cheapest way to get lots of plants, though it does take some patience. 

Here's What You Need:

– Air-o Light – Seed Trays – Coconut coir – Bonsai Jack Succulent Soil

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Start by filling your tray or container with soil. Completely wipe down your potting area and your hands after working with the soil before you open your seeds.

How to plant succulent seeds

With clean hands, carefully remove the seeds from the pouch and place them on top of the soil. Again, the seeds are extremely small so it may be difficult to tell where your seeds have been placed on the soil. 

For the seed trays, fill the lower white portion about half way with water. Set the black tray down in. Wait until water has absorbed into the soil. Add more water to the white container as needed. 

Watering and Care of Succulent Seeds

Once you do see sprouts, you'll want to make sure your seeds have plenty of air flow, but still keep the soil wet. If you had a lid on your starter tray you'll want to remove it. 

Germination Time

As your seedlings continue to grow, make sure they receive constant water. Once the plants have an established root system you can slowly reduce your watering frequency. 

Continuing care for succulent seeds

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