Hope she roots 🤞🏻
I proplifted this boy a year and a half ago, and it's blooming!!! Also, my first succulent blooms, I'm super excited 😍
Each plant here was grown from a single leaf
Here's an update on my Stapelia! Proplifted a little piece last year and now it's blooming! Smells absolutely disgusting
This is so me and Im guessing most of you guys 🌱
2 Bros chillin' in the bathtub 5 feet apart cause they're not gay
Picked this old spice rack up at Goodwill to propagate and am really excited about my find!! 😍
Free for you to propogate. at Sloat nursery in SF!
old make up organiser/ new propagation station
thought this belongs here
After 3 years, my pineapple is finally ready to pick! Pretty good for Indiana
I saw this and thought you guys would appreciate it’s adorableness.
Do you like my babies 🥰
Repurposed K-Cups for my prop garden!
A post for a local nursery. If you have to take it off the plant, its stealing. Some of yall are getting out of hand around here and thought itd be a good reminder.
why did he have to do us like that
S in the chat
When I see a plant I don’t have
Found this lil bb sitting in a green waste bin by the curb on a neighborhood walk the other day. Qué diablo??
Thank goodness for prop lifting because I'm in this post and I don't like it
My burro babies 🥰
Not sure if memes are allowed, but I thought of you guys when I saw this 😂
Not my usual prop but I stuck a potato in water and it has the coolest vibe ever.
Stuck this silver begonia leaf in water hoping it would root and it gifted me this adorable little aquaworld 😍
I am rooting for you guys!
Dec 2018 -> Dec 2019 we're saving lives here people
Lovely art by Instagram user stkumachip
My husband’s grandpa next to his 20 year old monstrous jade. I took about two dozen props from underneath that already had roots! The thickest stems at the base were the size of my forearm!
I 3D printed myself a prop nursery
I just legit squealed as a grown man.
Props that go waaay back... my red hot cat's tail, 3 years on from a small cutting, and the original plant, several generations of props and almost 30 years ago... (yes the baby is me)
Proplifter's heaven in IPM Essen expo!
I don’t know if this has been posted before, but my friend just shared this with me.
My job is to make babies. These are my propagated children.
this sub in a nutshell....
Went to one of my favorite cafes yesterday, gave in and asked one of the waiters if I could get a piece of their orchid cactus. She was actually so happy about my interest and even asked me to give her updates about its progress. I absolutely love that place and its employees. And I love this leaf.
plz send carpet cleaner and xanax
It’s going down for real.
This beauty was abandoned in the office next to me, and she’s mine now!
No such thing as too many leaves
My husband and I deliver hot tubs for a living. Sometimes we end up with extra stairs. Now they have a new job.
Two Years Later!
[UPDATE] 2 bros rootin' in the bathtub 5 feet apart, cause they're not gay.
I’ve created a monster. My 10 year old- ecstatic about her find outside of her pediatrician’s office
Somehow it's still a goal
Can’t stop propping. Won’t stop propping.
Prop tray going ham!
Pot night 😜
So many babies!
Not what I was expecting at all!
100% success rate with this graptopetalum!!!
When you’re so impatient waiting to see roots that you take it to the next level
Thought this sub would enjoy my latest thrift store find. Now I truly am a plant daddy!
Proping a Pokémon! Artist: nicecream
Almost jumped out of my skin when I discovered this, poor critter! Seemed happy though.
I keep getting told I take up too much space... I don't see it
My propagation station. 🌿
Echeveria prop coming along nicely! Found the mother leaf on the floor at B&Q two months ago
Baby Brazil is growing roots in water 💚 it looks so beautiful just like this, I'm not even in a hurry to pot it!
Got this book for my birthday today!!!!! Thought you guys would appreciate!
For those of you asking, here is a pic of the inside of my greenhouse! 🥰🌿❤️
My babies are getting really chubby, they're growing super fast!
My silver dollar vine is living its best life!
One year old Donkey Tail Leaf Props
Such growth, and in *only* three short months
Update on my succ stem with tiny babies
it’s been a long, few months but she’s growing
I lost the parent plant to root rot in October (oops), so I propped all the leaves I could
I cleaned up at the Lowe’s today!! Nice lady in the garden center said I could take anything that looked sad for $.50 for small ones and $1 for the big ones!! Plus as many fallen leaves as I wanted! SCORE!
Was moving some furniture around and look what I found!
Alright who’s gonna tell him for me..
Was cleaning out the vacuum when this fella dropped out! Never saw the sunlight so it never obtained color.
These mini cows were perfect for my new prop arrangement :3
I picked up a chick at dinner.
Walked into a random McDonalds decorated with Rubber trees and Hoyas and the staff let me take some cuttings!!!
/r/succulents didn't care. Thought y'all might think this is cool. Kalanchoe Marnieriana. Leaves off my other plant.
Trying to not look suspicious lol
Christmas Eve haul courtesy of my aunt. Favorite presents of the night by far
My mom gave me these very... interesting pots, and I decided it's perfect for my two ogre ear props. I call them Shrek and Fiona
Holy Propagation! Even the props are proping!
My grandma was complaining that her Aloe grew like crazy and that she would rip it in half 2-3 times a year. I took a branch from it when she told me this in APRIL OF 2019. This homie is 4’ long now, grandma wasn’t kidding. About to replant it for the fourth time. 6 person table for scale.
Don't talk to me or my son ever again
Made my own prop stand
Success rate 5/5 ! Proud succulent parent moment 🌿
So proud of this guy, proplifted from a parking garage
about water propagation! i’m just starting out and have really good results so far! what are your guys experiences with water propagation? do you find it works well for you?
My grandparents garden was overflowing with succulent babies so they let me walk around and pick whichever ones I wanted to prop at home!! 🥰
Am I doing this right? 🤔
Found this baby fallen off of the mother plant on the beach so I took it home, stuck it in the soil & it’s thriving 💚
My new propagation setup!
an older man was given a piece of rubber tree back in 1989, he then passed it onto a girl who passed it onto another girl who then passed it onto me. here’s it now!
Told the cashier about this at Home Depot and she grabbed a bag and helped me collect all of these beauties off the ground 😂 Chloe @ Home Depot you’re my new best friend.
this drop dead gorgeous varigated maranta I got from my local buy nothing group is mesmerizing 😯
A pot of props 🌞
Anything to get a prop home...
Me: *carefully slices with disinfected knife* Snake Plant: I root how I want yeeeehaw
My bf scored some SERIOUS points for Valentine’s Day! I sent him a text only yesterday with the other posts’ photo saying that “I NEEDED THIS BOOK”. Totally forgot about today. Apparently he immediately ordered it from Amazon and he shocked me! Can’t wait to dive in! There will be plants EVERYWHERE!
Small ! First dude to graduate to his own pot
Four month UPDATE! Special thanks to this sub and the HD floor! All started from props about 18 months ago
My mom lifted some fallen string of turtles from a university greenhouse and gave them to me 2 months ago. Look at the baby turtles taking off! 🐢🐢🐢
I thought you guys might enjoy these (water bottle for scale)
My dad, who is a teacher, sent me this
Can we appreciate how my watch chain succulent baby angel prop got top heavy and tipped over, then made its way back around and up?
Be careful out there
I’m so proud of this prop!
This prop station is $7.50 at Target and it comes with bath crystals! I was just looking for a test tube style setup and this is cheaper than what I found, plus 5 nice baths :)
First non-succulent prop for me. Two months in and I couldn't be more proud!😍😍
Burro's tail prop-gress
My plant just had a baby in one of the cracks in the patio.
Very fertile Jade prop
Look at this crazy mother of thousands. She doesn't even have roots!
Yesterday's harvest of succulent babies I grew from leaf 🥰
My son wanted to help, I couldn’t tell him this was a grape...
Prop me faster, Propmaster!
No stopping Frank
Update...Monstera prop 3 days to 47 days, new leaf edition!
6 month update, still technically a prop? Look at how thick the leaf is still!
I think the tiny cutting I planted a few months ago may have possibly worked
3 months prop growth
No one but you guys understand the excitement of my first successful one!
This jade I found outside my job!
Proud of my dog tail cactus. I started with a 3 inch piece two years ago.
Water propping pothos is my jam
3D printer messed up before finishing this Boston terrier’s head, so I hollowed it out and now he is home to some tiny prop babies:)
Does this count?
I dropped off my resume at my favorite local plant shop, mentioned my love of propagation, and was gifted this beauty!
I’ve received questions about my prop growing techniques, so here’s one of them! I rig up little reflective collars to their pots and place them on windowsills. I swear it works.
So happy with this over achiever. Just Graduated to her own pot. Started out as one leaf 6 months ago.
My most ambitious proplift
This year I gifted each of my professors a baby succulent propagated from my succulent bed!
My school’s botany club was handing out these bad boys
My aunt has been saving this pothos plant for me and no one else understood my excitement!
Any Love for Big Props!?
Update: I’ve either peaked or hit rock bottom, and I genuinely don’t know which. (Yes, I got permission.)
Squealed with excitement when I found these pots at Goodwill. My baby props will have new homes soon.
My dad is the classic proplifter - he walks around my neighborhood in California and picks up leaves, broken off bits, and babies from my garden. Then takes them home to Georgia and makes a beautiful collection. I thought he was weird. He’s happy to know there are more people like him.
Local greenhouse puts these on a tray for people to take. Love it!