Aeonium variegated Greenovia - April Farm/Rare Succulents
Aeonium variegated Greenovia - April Farm/Rare Succulents

Aeonium variegated Greenovia - April Farm/Rare Succulents

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Rare Succulent - Aeonium variegated Greenovia, 100% hand selected and ships from U.S.

The greenovia has new white hair roots are growing, very healthy. will be revived very soon after you plant it.

Flowers star-shaped and typically yellow, borne on mature plants in pyramid shaped clusters at the end of the stems. Excellent for mass planting.
Aeonium are winter growers and require regular water during the growing season and only an occasional light watering during summer. For their best colour they need full winter sun but shade them during summer. Not frost hardy below 1° C.

You will receive one plant similar to the photo listed, shape and color might be slightly different

Single head is around 1-1.5''
Cluster is around 3-3.5''

All plants will be ship bare rooted (if you choose to purchase with planter, the planter will be packed separately with the plant as well, soil is not included)

Shipped from registered nursery in Massachusetts

Note for Greenovia mountain roses

If your roses look dry, withered or even "dead", they're NOT dead! Most of our mountain roses sold are in dormant or just came out of dormancy, and once the roses are planted in moisturized soil and given couple of days, the roses WILL open up and start growing and new roots will grow out soon as well.

The plant itself provides nutrition by consuming dried leaves from the outer layer of the plant and it's NOT a sign of an unhealthy plant. It’s as normal as dried leaves on all kind of plants. The mountain roses are just like other succulents, do not overwater them, especially you have to avoid water directly into the center of leaves, if the water were left in the center, it may cause the plant to rotten.

You can use any potting soil you like. Some sands (not sea sand, they contain salt and that's deadly to the plants) or light stones can help the roots breathe better (Sand helps the rooting, and light stones increase spaces between soils so the airflow is better)

During the hot summer time (above 90 F), the mountain roses WILL go dormant, during the dormancy, the plants should be kept in a bright place WITHOUT direct sunlight, and DO NOT water it too much when it's in dormant. Also, keep the soil dry if the temp is below 38 to 40 F, too much water in the soil may hurt the roots during night time.