We've all gone wild for those dramatic "living walls" of succulents. Here, grower Robin Stockwell shows you how you can make your own
Photo by Thomas J. Story
Break the small “pups” from succulents you already have growing in your garden (the stems should be at least 1/4 inch long).
Set the cuttings aside in a cool area for a few days to allow their stem ends to dry and callus over. (You’ll want about 60 for a 6- by 12-inch frame.)