Let there be light all around the Black Rose succulent
The Black Rose is an avid sun worshiper, preferring to stay for a minimum of 6 hours under partial shade to full sun. Even so, it should be gradually introduced to intense sun exposure for the plant to acclimate without getting a sunburn on the leaves.
Similarly one may ask, how do you grow black rose succulent?
Black rose aeonium grows well in sunny to partially shaded exposures; avoid planting in hot summer sun locations to avoid burning and drying of its leaves. Winter rains are usually sufficient to provide good moisture for robust growth and flowering; little water is needed throughout the rest of the year.
Just so, how do I look after Aeonium black rose?
Ideally, the plant needs 5-6 hours of bright sunlight a day to thrive. Be careful not to overwater Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkop’ when grown indoors and make sure to provide a well draining potting mix. Low light and constantly wet soil will be detrimental to this plant and will send it to an early grave.
Where do black roses grow succulents?
This lovely succulent loves to grow under partial shady areas; however, Aeonium Zwartkop can also tolerate full sun. In case the place where you have kept the plant has intense sun exposure, acclimate your Aeonium Arboreum ‘Zwartkop’ to prevent burn. Increase the exposure steadily until it can tolerate full sun.
The black rose can be used as a symbol of death and mourning. This concept came from the tarot cards— the death card. There is a white rose on the death card, which represents new beginnings after death to see the positivity of a tragic situation and hope for a new life.
Aeonium arboreum ‘Zwartkopf’, commonly known as Black Rose or Black Rose Aeonium, is a perennial succulent with large burgundy leaves resembling flowers.
The aeonium black rose doesn’t require pruning, but if your purple rose succulent gets a little too tall for your space, you can cut the stems about 4 inches below the leaves to give the plant a little less legginess.