How Do You Repot Sedum Treleasei?

How Do You Repot Sedum Treleasei?

Sedum Treleasei can be repotted every two to three years. Repot Sedum Treleasei in the spring, just before it starts growing. Use potting soil mixed with a little compost when repotting. To repot Sedum Treleasei, you can gently pull up the top soil and roots without disturbing the lower part of the plant as this will be where it will grow its new roots.

You should generally only need to repot Sedum Treleasei every second or third year, but this depends on how well conditions are kept, and how much light your plant receives. When repotting Sedum Treleasei, you should use potting soil that has been dampened and then allowed to dry out again.

Before repotting Sedum Treleasei, be sure to make a hole in the soil slightly smaller than the size of the pot your Sedum Treleasei is in. When you pull up your Sedum Treleasei, it should come out with a small amount of dirt, but not much. Carefully take your plant out of its original container and place it in the new planting hole. The following are the steps to follow when repotting:

  • Place your potting soil in a large bucket or container and water it until the soil is moist but not soaking wet.
  • When repotting Sedum Treleasei, gently pull up the top layer of soil and roots without disturbing the bottom half where new roots will grow from.
  • You should place the plant in a new pot or planting hole that has been made slightly smaller than your plant’s current size to ensure it fits well without being too big or too small.
  • After repotting, be sure to make a hole in the soil slightly smaller than the size of the pot your Sedum Treleasei is in.
  • Gently place your plant in the pot with the soil slowly filling up the surrounding areas around it.
  • Water your Sedum Treleasei thoroughly so that all of its soil is moist, but not soaking wet.
  • Place your Sedum Treleasei in a room with bright but indirect light, and do not expose it to direct sunlight until leaves have hardened off, and avoid placing it where direct sunlight can burn leaves or damage them.
  • Water your Sedum Treleasei whenever the soil on top becomes dry and do not allow the soil to become soaking wet.

Is Sedum Treleasei A Perennial?

Sedum Treleasei is a perennial, meaning that it will live for more than one year. Sedum Treleasei can grow up to two feet high and wide and can be found in a variety of colors including blue, green, and purple. During the winter months, Sedum treleasei should be kept in a cool location with limited light.

If left too long in the summer heat of an indoor location, Sedum treleasei will start to wilt and die from sunburn, so be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight as much as possible.

Sedum treleasei can also be grown in greenhouses or indoors during the winter months. However, any leaves that fall off the plant during the winter should be removed as they will leave behind a sticky substance that may attract insects or disease.

Sedum treleasei can also be grown outdoors in full sunlight, but it will need to be brought inside before any hard frosts occur. If left in an outdoor location through frost, Sedum treleasei may die. It is also important to keep Sedum treleasei in moist soil during the winter months.

The plant can be watered when the soil feels dry, but water it lightly and do not let it sit in a puddle of water. Avoid overwatering your Sedum treleasei as this will cause rot and fungal diseases to set in.

As with all plants, it is best to avoid letting your Sedum treleasei sit in its pot for extended periods. The plant will get tired and will start to lose some of its leaves and become weak.

You can water your Sedum treleasei lightly as needed throughout the year, but do not let the soil get too dry in between watering. Do not allow the soil to become overly moist as this can cause rot or fungal diseases to set in.

It is also important during the summer months to prune your Sedum treleasei to look attractive and to prevent its leaves from burning or being damaged by the sun.

If you allow your Sedum treleasei to become overgrown, most of the stems will eventually die and there will be very little growth and flowering of new leaves. If you want to slow down growth, prune your Sedum treleasei before its stems get too large as this will cut off nutrition needed for further growth.

How Do You Propagate Sedum Treleasei?

Sedum Treleasei is one of the easiest succulents to propagate. It can be propagated by stem cuttings, division, and seeds in the spring and summer. When propagating from stem cuttings, keep the cutting root ball moist and give it bright light.

The cuttings should be placed in a soil mix with diluted plant food. Start rooting the cuttings by placing them in a plastic bag or container and submerging them in water for three to five days. When also propagating this plant for indoor use, it is advisable to place the pot in a location that allows for adequate drainage.

When propagating from a stem cutting, keep this cutting root ball moist and give it bright light. The cuttings should be placed in a soil mix with diluted plant food.

Start rooting the cuttings by placing them in a plastic bag or container and submerging them in water for three to five days. The following are the steps to follow when propagating Sedum Treleasei:

Propagation by stem cuttings;

  • The stem cutting is made from the stem of Sedum Treleasei during the beginning of spring so that it would have better rooting.
  • The plant has to be in a healthy condition for cuttings to be made from it. Remove excess soil and water thoroughly before making any cuttings of Sedum Treleasei.
  • Choose several stems that have a minimum diameter and size of 2–3 inches in length.
  • The stems and leaves of Sedum Treleasei should be removed from the main stem.
  • Cut with a sharp pair of shears or loppers and trim off the bottom side of the plant with completed cuttings so that it has a more compact shape.
  • Place the cuttings in a plastic bag or container and submerge the cuttings in water. The container, bag, or tray should have holes in it so that any excess water can drain out, but the cuttings shouldn’t get completely dry. Water is only enough so that they are moist but not soaked.
  • The stem cutting should be placed somewhere where it will receive bright light, even throughout the day. However, they don’t need full sunlight since they may become too hot and die as a result.
  • The cuttings should be placed in a soil mix with diluted plant food.
  • Insert the stems into a container that has been pre-moistened with water.
  • The containers should then be placed in the greenhouse or outdoors and each cutting has to be labeled with a name, date, and “Sedum” written beside it.
  • The cuttings should be kept in these containers until they are strong roots and start growing again.

Propagation by division;

  • Thinly divide the plant into multiple pieces using a knife or razor blade, cutting through the center of each visible new growth.
  • Place the newly divided plant in a pot of soil and water it thoroughly.
  • Place it indoors so that it receives bright light, but don’t let the direct sunshine directly on it.
  • Directly after cutting, the newly divided Sedum Treleasei should be kept in a plastic bag or container with wet paper towels under the bottom half until roots start to develop. This can take anywhere from five to 10 days, depending on conditions at home and in the greenhouse.
  • Once the roots have formed, remove the container from the paper towels and plant it in a pot of soil with diluted plant food added to it.
  • The newly divided plant should be watered thoroughly but only if the soil is dry on top.
  • These new plants should also be kept indoors with bright light, but not direct sunlight to avoid burning their leaves.

Propagation by seeds;

  • Place a layer of fine gravel or coarse sand in a tray and water it until moist, but not soaked.
  • Place each seed on top of the gravel or sand and cover it with about 3–4 inches of soil.
  • Water the soil until it is moist but not soaking wet so that the seeds can soak up some of the water.
  • After three to four weeks, remove all the gravel and cover the tray with a clear plastic bag or a glass bowl to allow some light in through below while preventing direct sunlight from reaching them underneath.
  • Remove the seeds from their small earth shells and label them.
  • After the seed has sprouted, it should be placed in the soil with diluted plant food added to it with a plastic bag or glass bowl over it to prevent direct sunlight from burning its leaves.
  • Once the roots have formed, remove the plastic bag or bowl and plant it in a pot of soil with diluted plant food added to it.
  • These new plants should be kept indoors with bright light, but not direct sunlight to avoid burning their leaves.
  • When the sprouted seedling is 3–4 inches high, cut the top ½ inch off with a sharp knife and place it in a pot of soil with diluted plant food added to it.
  • The newly divided Sedum Treleasei should be kept in these containers until it is strong roots and starts growing again.

 

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