3. When you see those cute little roots like the one on the far right, you’re ready to plant! Whip yourself up with a pot that has the succulent potting mix that I talked about here (see step 4). 4. Plant your leaf as shallowly as you can without it falling over. Leave your new plant in indirect light and don’t water it for two days. After that, you can move it to the sun, if you want
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