Aeonium Sunburst

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Sale price$6.00

Description

Aeonium sunburst is an evergreen succulent with large rosettes of fleshy, variegated leaves on thick long bare stems. The leaves are spoon-shaped and can grow 6-8 inches long. A beautiful succulent with amazing colors such as green, yellow, creamy white stripes. Also has foliage that will give this succulent coppery red tips when exposed to full sun. Mid winter to early spring, this succulent will produce pale yellow, small, star-shaped flowers on mature plants. Those flowers make this succulent look even more beautiful. Grows well and looks amazing in rock gardens, succulent gardens, mediterranean gardens, containers, and dry borders. An evergreen succulent that loves growing and thrives in sunny coastal climates such as Southern California.

Included in purchase: You will receive 1 (2 inch) Aeonium Sunburst succulent. This succulent will be shipped bare rooted without planting pots.

Details 

Succulent Family: Aeonium

Average Size at Maturity: Can reach 2ft tall and wide.

Bloom Time: Winter, early spring.

Flower Color: Yellow/ Yellow Variegated 

Light: Full Sun, partial sun

Cold Hardiness: Zone 10a (Minimum 30° F | -1.1° C)

Heat Zones: 4-9

Watering needs: Low, average

Soil: Well-drained

Evergreen

Not Cold Hardy

Propagation: by stem cuttings

Generally non-toxic to humans and animals

Summer Dormant

Deer Resistant 

Aeonium Sunburst Care

Aeonium sunburst can be grown indoors or outdoors, it will just need enough sunlight since it loves full sun. This succulent is not cold hardy, so make sure to move indoors if you live in an area that gets under 30 degrees.

Soil

Make sure to use well-drained succulent soil. This will allow proper drainage and will avoid overwatering and root rot. This succulent doesn’t want to sit in a wet puddle for several days. Well-drained soil will keep the soil dry preventing root rot and succulent pests such as mealybugs. 

We have amazing well-drained succulent soil that’s loaded with nutrients. Our succulent soil has perlite, sand and seaweed. Sand and perlite make sure that the soil is well-drained, it’s arguably the best ingredients for succulent soil. The seaweed in our soil has 60 trace minerals and nutrients. It acts as a succulent fertilizer that will make your succulents grow faster, stronger, and healthier. Check out this picture below that compares our succulent soil and other succulent soil, you can definitely tell which one makes succulents grow healthier, stronger, and faster.

For more information on our succulent soil, check it out here.  Use discount code "Ramsey Soil" for 10% off at checkout.

Watering:

The aeonium sunburst may require a bit more water than most succulents. This is because it’s an aeonium succulent and aeonium succulents do have a small root system which will require a little more water.

Water around 1-2 days a week or use the soak and dry method. The soak and dry method means to stick your finger into the soil. If the soil feels very dry then go ahead and water the succulent. 

In the summer aeoniums do tend to go dormant, which means they are developing their roots during warm and dry climates. Cut back on watering because of chances of root rot. You don’t want the roots to rot during dormancy, this is why you need to cut back on watering during dormancy.

Where to Plant:

Aeonium sunburst will need to be grown in an area that’s giving it at least 6 hours of sunlight/light every single day. When growing indoors you still must make sure it gets enough sunlight/light. Grow it near a southern facing window, this will give it enough sunlight. 

Again, aeonium sunburst isn’t cold hardy, cold, frost, and freezing temperatures will harm or kill this succulent. If you live in an area that gets under 30 degrees then you will have to move and grow it indoors during the cold winter season. Make sure to grow it in a container outdoors so if you have to move it indoors it’s very easy to do.

Aeonium Sunburst Propagation

The aeonium sunburst can be propagated by cuttings and leaves. It’s very easy to do it just takes a little time and patience.

Cuttings

Propagating the Aeonium Sunburst by cuttings is probably the easiest way to propagate this succulent! You just need to gently cut off a stem on the succulent and let it sit out for 2-3 days so a callus forms. After a callus forms then go ahead and plant the cutting in well-draining succulent soil. Grow in full shade for 1 week and then move to full sun. Water when the soil looks or feels very dry.

Leaves:

Gently twist and pull off a leaf from the succulent. Wait 1-2 days for a callus to form so it can root. Plant in well-drained succulent soil, water when the soil looks or feels very dry. Give it full shade for a week and then full sun. Make sure to use a leaf that is healthy and bright. Also make sure to get a clean cut off from the leaf, making sure no part of the leaf is on the stem.

For more information and a complete guide on how to propagate succulents, check out our article on it!

Shipping: 

All succulents will be shipped bare rooted without planting pots. This is a very safe and new way to ship live succulent plants without damaging them. They will be laying down secured in a tight box with tissue paper, paper towels, and some bubble wrap for sale travels. If you would like to receive the succulents with the pots and soil please leave us a message at checkout. 

We ship our packages Monday-Friday every single week. Our carries are USPS or UPS depending on the size of the order, weight, and package. All packages will be shipped the next day you order and will arrive in 3-5 days. Tracking numbers will be provided and will be emailed to you.

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