Jelly bean (pictured left) plant these often reproduce in the garden when a leaf gets knocked off the parent plant and starts sprouting roots. You can emulate this process by picking the bean-like leaves and placing these on a seed raising mixture in a pot. These plants can also be propagated by taking stem cuttings.
Forever flower are best treated as a cutting propagated plant however cuttings can range from two to three centimetre long pieces of stem up to trunks of a metre in height. Drying the wound at the base of the cutting is important as a way of preventing rotting.
Curly Houseleek To get the maximum number of plants, leaf cuttings are the way to go. Tear a leaf from the rosette and lay this horizontally on a seed raising or cactus mix. Roots will form and start to grow down into the mix. Mature plants develop a thick stem. You can cut the rosette and place this on a cactus mix to grow roots. The remaining stem can also be used to grow new plants by laying a stem cutting on a pot of cactus mix.