B – Cutting here is optimal for creating a new plant from the top part and forcing new shoots to grow off the stem. This method works best if a few leaves are left on the stem, allowing it to recover more efficiently, producing the most new stems.
It's surprisingly easy to make a succulent driftwood planter that looks professionally designed. Driftwood pieces (from Sea Foam Driftwood) come with pre-drilled crevices for potting. Materials include small potted succulents, cuttings, sea shells, bits of tumbled glass, moss, rocks and sand.