If you are ever in the market for a beautiful trailing succulent, look no more. You might remember this succulent from my Outdoor Planter Series when I first planted this lovely succulent.
Mezoo Trailing Red “Mesbicla” is my favorite trailing succulent and here is why:
- Super easy to grow
- Grows rapidly
- Flowers when grown outdoors
- Beautiful variegated leaves
- Easy to propagate
- Attract pollinators
This succulent is perfect for hanging baskets, tall outdoor pots and indoor arrangements.
MEZOO Trailing Succulent Indoors:
If growing indoors or propagating for overwintering, you should use a cactus or succulent mix. Water the soil when it is dry and place in a warm sunny window. Keep in mind that when growing this cultivar indoors, it won’t flower and tends to get a little leggy, but still makes for a great indoor succulent.
To propagate MEZOO, simply cut off a 3 to 4 inch cutting. Remove the lower leaves and place in succulent soil. Keep soil a little moist at first until established. You can use a rooting hormone, but it is not necessary.