• Aeonium haworthii. C05 Viveros González Natural Decor Centre Marbella
  • Aeonium haworthii. C05 Viveros González Natural Decor Centre Marbella
Aeonium haworthii. C05 Viveros González Natural Decor Centre Marbella

Aeonium haworthii, Teneriffa Bejequillo. C05

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Aeonium Haworthii belong to the Crassulaceae family and are included in the genus Aeonium with about 75 species of succulent plants distributed in the Canary Islands, Madeira, Morocco and East Africa. 

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They are commonly known as Bejequillo tinerfeño, Pastel de risco, Siempreviva or Planta del aire.

It is a succulent plant with a bushy habit that barely exceeds one metre in height. The leaves are fleshy, appear in rosettes and are slightly bluish green in colour, ending in a point with a finely toothed margin (sometimes reddish).

The flowers of this plant are yellowish and pinkish and appear in clusters above the leaves. They flower from the second half of winter until late spring.

It is widely used to form clusters in frost-free areas and in pots and planters. Aeoniums are easy to grow and combine well with Gazanias, Gaillardias and other Aeoniums.

This plant can thrive in full sun or light shade exposure and in warm climates such as the Mediterranean. They do not tolerate frost or cold so do not expose them to temperatures below 5ºC.

It likes soil with a mixture of 50% blond peat, 25% coarse sand and 25% topsoil. Planting or transplanting is done in autumn.

Always water moderately and wait until the soil has dried out completely. Reduce watering in winter to one a month.

They appreciate a light fertilisation with mineral fertiliser for cacti and succulents in autumn.

It is a plant that does not need pruning but damaged rosettes can be cut back at any time of the year.

Aeoniums are susceptible to aphids and mealy bugs if there is too much drought and to fungus if watering is overdone.

They are propagated from seeds sown in summer or, at the same time, by stem cuttings rooted in a sandy, slightly damp substrate.

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Aeonium Haworthii belong to the Crassulaceae family and are included in the genus Aeonium with about 75 species of succulent plants distributed in the Canary Islands, Madeira, Morocco and East Africa. 

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