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Fallen Succulent Quick Fix

Fallen Succulent Quick Fix
Fallen Succulent Quick Fix

Whether your succulent pops out of its pot on a particularly rough journey to your home, or some rascal in your house (AKA you, your dog, your toddler, etc.) accidentally knocks it over, succulents can easily fall out of their pots.

Fortunately, succulents take tumbles like champs!

 

How to Repot Your Fallen Succulent (WITH ROOTS)

 

  1. Sit the pot upright and top off with some soil if it’s spilled out.
  2. Using your fingertip, create a hole in the center of the soil.

    Create a hole in the soil for the succulent roots

  3. Nestle the roots and stem of your succulent into the hole.

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  4. Press some of the top soil around the stem to secure the succulent.
  5. If the soil is dry, water your succulent.

 

 

How to Repot Your Fallen Succulent (WITHOUT ROOTS)

 

  1. Sit the pot upright and top off with some soil if it’s spilled out.
  2. Using your fingertip, create a hole in the center of the soil.
  3. Nestle the stem of your succulent into the hole.
  4. Press some of the top soil around the stem to secure the succulent.
  5. Water lightly (just enough to get the top of the soil wet) once a week.
  6. After 4 weeks, your succulent will have started growing new roots! At this point, you can resume a normal watering schedule (water thoroughly whenever the soil is completely dry, about once every 2-3 weeks).

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If you have any questions or concerns about your fallen succulent, we’re here to help! Please reach out to us at hello@succulent.studio