Tips needed: Senecio radicans repot
I recently saved a mix of succulents from Lowe's that made it to the clearance rack. There were bits rotting out here and there and they were going to die without my help. Last night I separated all of the plants, bare rooted them, and potted most things up in gritty mix and left a few out for weekend decisions. Fun stuff.
Ok, now to the frustration. Last night I attempted to repot Senecio Radicans, string of bananas, and I cannot think of a way to cleanly get the roots in the soil for more than a few strands. The weight of the "bananas" will pull the shallow root system out of the pot unless it is well covered. Well covering a strand or two makes me not able to adequately cover the remaining roots in gritty mix. I have about 10 strands of them and I was able to get 5-6 looking good but ended up shoving the rest in and pouring mix on top and slowly picking out foliage I buried.
Are there any tips on how to repot these weighted vine-like succulents?