Can you root kalanchoe without water and soil

I confess a scary thing: when I tear off withered leaves and flowers, I often forget them on the windowsill. Because of this strange habit, an unexpected experiment happened.

Last Saturday, I plucked off the tips of my rooted blossom calanhoe sprigs for branching. As usual, I put the tips on the window sill and forgot about them. And today, when I was going to throw them away, I found the roots. That’s what I love about succulents, it’s their incredible survivability!

In general, it is recommended to root calanhoe and other succulents in sand, although many people put cuttings in water the old-fashioned way, or immediately stick them in the ground. Perhaps now it is worth to make a conscious experiment and find out what is still faster.