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They're easy from cuttings. Just cut or break off a piece and let the wound "skin over" i.e., let the milky sap harden a few days, up to a week, before sticking it into some "cactus mix" i.e., fast draining soil, then giving it a good sousing with some water, wait a few days till the pot's dry, then water again. The key thing is don't keep it too wet or it will rot. They usually root in a couple weeks to a month. That's how I rooted about 100 plants a while back.
 

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That's my greenhouse in the background, might need some paint, maybe even some 'dozer therapy . . .
 
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