Aeonium arboreum - Irish Rose

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    Aeonium arboreum - Irish Rose

    Aeonium arboreum is a succulent plant that originates from the Canary Islands. It has rosettes of fleshy, green leaves that are tinged with red, and produces tall stems that bear yellow flowers in the summer.

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    "Did you know that the Aeonium arboreum, also known as the Irish Rose, is known for its ability to change color based on the amount of sunlight it receives? The green leaves will turn red, giving the plant a unique and dramatic appearance."

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    Water your Aeonium arboreum sparingly, allowing the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Over-watering can lead to root rot, which can be fatal for the plant. Water your Aeonium arboreum only when the top inch of soil is dry to the touch.


    Aeonium arboreum prefers bright, indirect sunlight. If you live in a hot climate, be sure to provide some shade during the hottest part of the day. In low light conditions, the plant will grow more slowly and may not produce as many flowers.


    Aeonium arboreum is not particularly sensitive to humidity levels, but it does prefer a slightly dry environment. Avoid misting the leaves, as this can lead to fungal growth and leaf rot.


    Fertilize your Aeonium arboreum once a month during the growing season, using a balanced succulent fertilizer. Do not fertilize during the winter months when the plant is dormant.

    Pests & Deficiencies:

    Aeonium arboreum is generally pest-resistant, but it can be affected by mealybugs, spider mites, and scale insects. To prevent these pests, keep the plant's leaves dry and avoid overcrowding. If you do encounter pests, treat the plant with an insecticide. A lack of sunlight can cause yellowing leaves and stunted growth. If you notice these symptoms, move the plant to a brighter location.


    : Propagate your Aeonium arboreum by taking stem cuttings in the spring or summer. Allow the cuttings to callus over for a few days, then plant them in well-draining soil. Keep the soil moist but not wet, and be patient as it can take several weeks to a few months for roots to develop. Once roots have formed, you can care for the new plant as you would a mature one.

    In conclusion, Aeonium arboreum is a beautiful and relatively easy-to-care-for succulent that adds color and texture to any indoor or outdoor space. With the right care, it will thrive and produce beautiful yellow flowers.

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