The three tiny Oreganos moved into a larger pot to keep each other company
so that I could put the quintuplet Jade plants each into its own miniature clay pot.
While I was at it, repotted all the rest of my jade collection. I wanted to try mixing a growing medium particularly for the succulents- half sand and half potting soil. They prefer fast-draining soil. These two are still in their own pots, just with the new soil mix.
The largest one doesn't seem too happy- it had very little root system and felt top-heavy so I trimmed its stems back some.
Of course I had to save its latest babies, I can't help myself. They went into the little scallop-edged pot the quintuplets just vacated.
And the first two that I think of as "the twins" went into a SIP together. They're the only ones I didn't put in a sandy mix, as I'm not sure if the fast-draining soil would properly wick up water from the reservoir? so we'll see how they each do, which one better: sub-irrigated, or sandy potting medium?