The succulent Night blooming cereus is easy to propagate from cuttings. During the warmer seasons, take a clean, sharp tool and cut a six- to nine-inch-long section from the most distal cactus leaves. Leave the cuttings in a warm, dry location for two weeks to allow callus formation.
Add some cactus potting soil mix or a coarse sand and peat blend to a well-draining container. Plant the cuttings halfway deep into the mix, water and fertilize appropriately, and keep in a cool, sunny location until the plant roots in two weeks. Then, move it to a sunny location and enjoy!
Propagating Night Blooming Cereus: How To Take Night Blooming Cereus Cuttings