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Question: how do you transplant an ice plant? Do you put it in water so it can root or straight into the ground?

Answer: Ice plant should be in soil, not in water. These plants prefer soil on the dry side and a small piece will produce roots if set in slightly moist potting soil or garden soil. They're easy to propagate. Enjoy!

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