7 Easy to Propagate Succulents

Find out which succulents propagate with little or no help! You'll discover succulents that propagate easily from leaves and offsets to multiply your collection quickly. 

I love that it can be used as a trailing plant in arrangements. It's not uncommon to see these growing several feet long in areas where they can be left untouched. 

Sedum morganianum | Burro's Tail

Sedum rubrotinctum is very similar to Sedum morganianum but more colorful and equally prolific. The leaves of this plant fall off quite easily. Don't worry though! Those leaves will produce a baby plant in no time.

Sedum rubrotinctum | Jelly Bean Succulent

How can you resist the gorgeous coloring of Fred? I have been hooked on this succulent for quite some time. He propagates extremely easily from leaves, cuttings, seeds, and even just a bare stem! 

Graptoveria ‘Fred Ives'

This succulent grows faster than any others I've seen. It's not great for indoors, but if you have a sunny spot outside it will thrill you for years! 

Graptopetalum paraguayense | Ghost Plant

Just like it's rosette friends above, this guy propagates easily from leaves and cuttings. It forms nice clumps of rosettes as it gets larger. 

Graptosedum ‘California Sunset'

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