If you’re looking for a way to propagate a string of nickels, keep reading since these plants have spherical leaves that resemble coins strung together in a basket. Its foliage is an extremely vivid green color, and cuttings from these succulents are simple to take.
Did you know that Dischidia nummularia also goes by the name “button orchid”? There are over 78 different species of Dischidia in the world, with India, Australia, and Asia hosting the majority of them. It resembles the string of coins plant.
String of Nickels Propagation
The simplest approach available to this plant is stem cutting, which involves taking a few inches of healthy, disease-free stem. Some advise drying the cutting for a day or two, while others advise putting it right into the potting soil.
Let’s find out the steps to do in order to cut a nickel string.
Check out my other article on String of Nickels Care for more details.
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How do you propagate a string of nickels?
How often do you water a nickel string?
They don’t need much water because they are nickel thread succulents, but they prefer to spend the majority of their time in damp soil. You can water this plant once per week or every four days. In My Dischidia, I often just add some water at that time if the top 2 inches of soil become dry.
Can Dischidia grow in water?