Let us warn you that if your plant has rot, it should never be propagated. Before the procedure, carefully examine each leaf. Also keep in mind that some leaves simply give roots, not a succulent rosette.
1. Carefully cut off the leaf that is located at the stem.
2. Drying. After you have broken off the required number of leaves, they need to dry a little. Place all the leaves on a piece of paper and let sit for 12 hours. This is necessary so that the cut is tightened, and the tips of the leaf become coarser, which will prevent rotting.
3. Landing. We spread the leaves on wet ground. It is best to lay them sideways and do not deepen the cut deep into the soil mixture. Over time, a new rosette and roots will begin to form from this cut.
4. Transplant. When the rosette of your succulent is slightly more than 30 millimeters in diameter, then you can transplant it into a separate pot.
You cannot tear off the mother sheet (the one from which the rosette itself began to form) on your own. So far, the succulent receives all the nutrients and elements from it, when the main function is exhausted, then this leaf will wither itself.