Did you see this link? It takes several weeks for rootings to take and a couple months before they should be repotted.
What type of succulent are you trying to propogate?
Depends on the succulents, but I have Hens and Chicks and they propagate quickly!! New "chicks" grow all of the time and I can just pick them out of the soil and replant in a new container. If the container is big enough, then that "chick" will turn into the "hen" and start growing new "chicks" in just weeks that you can then put in another container. It is the hardiest plant I've ever owned!
Here are some helpful articles: https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=propagate%20succulents
You should see some tiny roots with a couple weeks. They do grow slowly, but they are fairly easy to propagate. Good luck!
here is the method I use https://www.pinterest.com/pin/15621929946053897/
A few weeks. We do it often.
Hi! Depending on what type, you should see roots after about a week. I usually wait two weeks to plant. Good luck and stay safe!
Hi Succie, there are some posts here for you to look at:
I usually see growth in a couple of weeks. All of mine are gifted from a friend who has a huge succulent pot. When it is too overgrown, she thins it out and gives to me. I then stick them in dirt that I have amended for succulents in pots and they root and grow rather quickly.
Just a week or two for little roots to start growing
10 to 14 days.
With my succulents on a sunny south facing window I usually see little roots within less than two weeks. Then I set them on dirt for another week or two before planting them.
Not long at all, just take of a leaf and push it in compost! Good luck!
In my case not long at all. Where I volunteer, the gardeners are ever so sloppy and when they break off a piece and leave it to perish, I scoop them up, take them home and add to my plant collection. The last two pieces that I grabbed started rooting within 5 days. However, not always the case. 10 days to two weeks is typical for most succulents. One can root in water, I have a few going now, but some I just stuck in a pot with whatever soil I had on hand and they just grow provided I water them enough. Mind you, right now it is just shy of 9:00 p.m. and it is still 92°.
Here's a post that might help - https://leafandclay.co/blogs/blog/4-basic-ways-of-propagating-succulents#:~:text=They%20need%20to%20be%20kept,turns%20brown%20and%20falls%20off.
What particular kind of succulents do you want to grow and to what size?
It only takes a few seconds to pop them off and stick in soil!