For those, who care about their plants. Or want to have more!
I posted earlier about plants, suffering from light insufficiency. They had become all leggy and ugly, also weak.
So I've done some treatment. I've cut the stems (too little I 've realized now), leaving some leaves under. But I also have removed the leaves. See below- You can see just one third of all the future babies here.
Oh, and I always put some melted wax on the fresh cuts-to prevent plants from drying out. I just have accidentally cut one plant with a hot knife. See the pic above. It doesn't look very happy.
I let the stem tops to dry for 3-5 days and then just planted them in soil. NO moisture was needed. Soon the roots appeared. I had no space for all the leaves to be planted in pots. So I just let them lay dry on a window sill. New roots and leaves are appearing anyway.
Look, some new plants emerging on the cut stems. And each leaf is producing a new tiny succulent!
This one was cut down to several pieces. Just like a sausage.
These babies are also offspring of leaves.
Down> jade plant emerging from cut leaves. I have a whole bunch of these. One big jade plant rotted, but I had many leaves saved.