To water the elephant bush correctly, you must use the soak and dry method.
Aug 13, Take the Cuttings. Cut the elephant bush stem 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10cm) from the end at an angle. Alternatively, you can cut the thicker branch leaving 1 or 2 small stems on each section.
Leave the cutting Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. Oct 16, Elephant Bush plant is a succulent with fleshy, glossy leaves that grows as a small bush. Indoors is an excellent place to grow elephant bush houseplants.
Th. Apr 13, Like most succulents, elephant bush is easy to reproduce from cuttings. Take cuttings in spring or summer for best results. Let the cutting dry out and callous for a couple of days and then plant the cutting in damp gritty soil in a small pot.
Place the cutting in a moderately lit area where temperatures are at least 65 degrees F. (18 C.). Oct 05, Set the pot in a warm, bright location out of direct sun. Moisten the soil sparingly, adding water only when it feels dry beneath the surface.
Elephant bush cuttings will root in four to six weeks. Dec 26, The Elephant foot plant (Beaucarnea recurvata, also know as ponytail plant) can be started from an offshoot of the plant. However, a leaf by itself will not form roots. What you need is a true sucker from the plant. These will have a thicker base attached to pruning dwarf blue spruce trees trunk of the plant.