-Propagation type: simple division.
-Spring is the best time of year to do this because growth is resuming.
-Use a sharp knife or a hand fork to tease the plant apart.
-Make sure to preserve the root system as much as possible.
-Make sure to have a healthy bit of root, a crown, and a stem with each division.
-Replant the divided plants at the same depth as the mother plant.
-Establish them in a good, well-drained potted container and then move them to the garden
-Propagation type: leaf cutting.
-By propagating the leaf, you can make 200 new plants and not affect the size of the mother plant.
-Cut a single leaf, and insert it, bottom down, in a compost of sand and perlite (a 50-50 mixture) and water.
-Cover the flat with a lid to keep the humidity level up.
-Within a month, the leaves will have rooted and new plantlets will have formed along the base.
-They will be flowering size by the following year.
Special thanks to plant explorer Dan Hinkley for showing how to propagate plants.