Aeoniums branch out naturally as they grow and mature. If you want yours to branch out, the easiest way I found is to take a stem cutting from a healthy plant and stick the stem cutting in soil. After a few weeks the stem cutting will root and as it grows and matures, it will start to branch out on its own.
Beside above, can you take cuttings from a Aeonium?
You can propagate aeoniums easily by taking cuttings, which should root in a few weeks. Take cuttings in spring. Select young, slender shoots as propagation material. These will root more easily and have more vigour than older, thicker shoots.
In this regard, how do you care for an Irish Rose succulent?
These are a full sun succulent that requires little water and can even handle cooler temperatures above freezing as well. Like other plants, these succulents do need to be feed and we recommend monthly applications of Moon Dust and Moon Juice to keep your Irish Rose looking and growing it’s best.
Can I propagate aeonium in summer?
Aeoniums go dormant in summer; cuttings taken while plants are dormant don’t root. Each leaf rosette dies after it blooms. Take cuttings when the plant is actively growing, usually fall in USDA zones 9 through 11. Aeoniums go dormant in summer; cuttings taken while plants are dormant don’t root.
What is the difference between Echeveria and aeonium?
While both echeveria and aeoniums have a rose-like appearance, they can mainly be distinguished from each other by the way their leaves grow. Echeverias grow with their leaves pointing upward; aeoniums, on the other hand, have leaves that grow flat. Other differences, such as origin and care, set them apart as well.
How do you grow Irish roses?
Position: Aeonium arboreum grows best in full sun during the cooler months and when grown in coastal areas. When grown inland or during the summer, provide these succulents with afternoon or partial shade. Avoid placing Aeonium arboreum plants in sites with western sun exposures.
How do you propagate aeonium Black Rose?
You can easily propagate the Black Rose by cutting a stem, allow it to dry, dip it in rooting hormone, let the stem seal or callous, and finally sticking them in well-draining potting soil. This method also works with the rosettes.
What can you do with aeonium leggy?
“When aeoniums get leggy, cut off the tops, leaving an inch or two of stem, and throw the rest of the plant away, roots and all. Replant each rosette as a cutting.