I was so excited when I received my succulents from South Korea. It is always therapeutic for me to repot my new plants. Watch it now…
When you received succulents from South Korea, no need for you to cut the roots or stem. You can repot them immediately.
In my case, I let them rest for 24 hours then I repotted them.
So here how they look right now…
These are my first Kpop (Korean) succulents collection and before I ordered them, I also researched on how to take care of them. It’s not easy but if you love what you are doing then it will be easy along the way.
I hope all of them will get adjusted to the weather here in the Philippines and they will continue to grow healthy everyday.
I also hope and pray that all of you are doing well despite this pandemic and I hope you will find a hobby that will make you focus on the positive things.
Have a great day everyone!
When I received my succulents, I need to clean it by removing the soil from Benguet where most of the local succulents come from.
After cleaning it under the running water, I need to cut the old roots and let it dry for 1 to 2 days.
After 2 days, I am going to repot them in a new dry soil, then I will place them in a bright shaded area and I will water them after a week.
So that’s it… I will be posting the repotted succulents next time.
Happy planting everyone!