Aeonium ‘Sunburst’

aeonium sunburst variegated succulent plant care guide and identification card
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Aeonium 'Sunburst' Care Guide

Growing Season:

Winter

Dormant Season:

Summer

About Aeonium 'Sunburst'

Aeonium ‘Sunburst’ is a total stunner in the garden. The rosettes are hard to miss with their pastel tri-color leaves. 

If grown in the ground, Aeonium ‘Sunburst’ can grow to over 2 feet tall. 

Take your Aeonium ‘Sunburst’ cuttings in the cooler fall months if you want to propagatepropagate breed specimens of a plant by natural processes from the parent stock like taking stem cuttings, leaf cuttings or seeds it. The top will root easily in dry succulent soil and new babies will form on the stump. 

Where to buy Aeonium species

Please note that Aeonium species don’t ship well and bruise extremely easy no matter how much care the seller takes to ensure protection. With time, it will bounce back as old leaves shed and new ones grow in. 

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Aeonium ‘Lily Pad’

aeonium lily pad hybrid succulent plant care and identification card

Aeonium 'Lily Pad' Care Guide

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Growing Season:

Winter

Dormant Season:

Summer

About Aeonium 'Lily Pad'

Aeonium ‘Lily Pad’ is a hybridhybrid A variety of succulent created from crossbreeding two different types succulents possibly a cross between A. bethencourtianum and A. lindleyi.

My favorite thing about Aeonium ‘Lily Pad’ is that the thick leaves have kind of a gummy, slightly sticky texture. It’s the weirdest thing ever. 

Aeonium ‘Lily Pad’ really doesn’t like extremes in temperature- hot or cold, so protect it in heat waves and frosts. 

Aeonium ‘Lily Pad’ tends to form offsets on branches and then into little mounds. 

Where to buy Aeonium 'Lily Pad'

Please note that Aeonium species don’t ship well and bruise extremely easy no matter how much care the seller takes to ensure protection. With time, it will bounce back as old leaves shed and new ones grow in. 

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Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum ‘Irish Bouquet’

aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum 'irish bouquet' succulent plant identification card and care guide

Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum 'Irish Bouquet' Care Guide

Growing Season:

Winter

Dormant Season:

Summer

About Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum 'Irish Bouquet'

Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum ‘Irish Bouquet’ is one of the smaller varieties of Aeonium. Its tiny rosettes max out at about 3″ wide. It forms small clusters that look like little green flower bouquets. Huh, go figure. The actual flowers on this Aeonium are yellow though. 

The small leaves of Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum ‘Irish Bouquet’ are slightly sticky so don’t be alarmed if it feels different than your other soft succulents. Since it doesn’t get very big like other Aeonium species, Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum ‘Irish Bouquet’ makes an excellent succulent for fairy gardens!

Where to buy Aeonium lindleyi var. viscatum 'Irish Bouquet'

Please note that Aeonium species don’t ship well and bruise extremely easy no matter how much care the seller takes to ensure protection. With time, it will bounce back as old leaves shed and new ones grow in. 

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Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’

aeonium haworthii kiwi identification card and care information

Aeonium species 'Common'

Growing Season:

Winter

Dormant Season:

Summer

About Aeonium haworthii 'Kiwi'

Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’ goes by a BUNCH of other names. Why? I have no idea, but here they are:

Aeonium haworthii ‘Dream Color’  Mak 2003.
Aeonium haworthii ‘Variegata’ Mottram, Whitestone 1998 Aeonium ‘Keweonium’ Kobayashi, 2004
Aeonium ‘Keweonium’ Sato,  2004
Aeonium haworthii ‘Tricolor’ Schulz,  2007
Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’ Schulz, 2007 (in synonymy of Aeonium haworthii ‘Tricolor’)
(source: ICN)

Now that that’s all out of the way, I’m going to stick with calling this one Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’ because that’s what most people call it. 

To maintain the beautiful variegation on Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’ it needs to be in full sunfull sun direct sunlight for at least 8 hours of the day. Too much shade and it will revert back to its un-variegatedvariegated A naturally occurring or viral induced mutation, which appears as stripes or whole sections of tissue that are without chlorophyll. Variegated varieties are often prized for the attractiveness of the markings caused by the mutation. green color. 

Propagation is as simple as taking cuttings and sticking the stem in dry succulent soil. Only do this during the growing season in the cooler fall months so you have the best survival success with your cuttings.  

Aeonium haworthii ‘Kiwi’ is a monocarpicmonocarpic A succulent that dies after one bloom. Examples are Sempervivum and Agave species. succulent and the rosette will die after it blooms. Not to worry, though, it usually produces lots of offsets before it blooms. 

Where to buy Aeonium species

Please note that Aeonium species don’t ship well and bruise extremely easy no matter how much care the seller takes to ensure protection. With time, it will bounce back as old leaves shed and new ones grow in. 

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