- Material: Natural Live Plant & High Quality Ceramic Pot, Qty: 1 (Plant with Pot)
- Pot Color: Brown, Pot Diameter: 4 inches (10 cm), Height: 4 inches (10 cm)
- Plant with Pot Height: 5 - 6 Inches Decorative
- Decorative Rare Fast Growing Succulent Tree
- Renowned for its Rossette Foliage Display
Succulents are the perfect plant for forgetful gardeners. Succulent care is easy they can brighten any indoor space. If you're looking for beautiful and interesting succulents, look no further! Rolling Nature exotic succulent collection in ceramic planters is a true delight for any succulent lover. Aeonium arboreum is a tree-like succulent which forms branched stems in later stages. It is a native to the delightful volcanic archipelago Canary Islands. It is also known as Thickleaf Aeonium, Pinwheel Desert Rose, Fisiulera, Tree Aeonium, Tree Anemone, Houseleek Tree and Irish Rose. The plant growth is quick and it's renowned for its beauty. It belongs to the family of Jade or Crassula plant. However, this plant bear close resemblance to succulent Echeveria. Light: They like plenty of bright light, but dislike intense direct light, especially in the summer. These plants are not very tolerant of heat, so try to avoid locations where they are exposed to harmful direct heat radiation, whether from the sun or a light. Too lithe light will result in elongate, prematurely falling leaves and gap rosettes. Water: When grown in containers, Aeonium like a regular supply of moisture during the growing season, which will typically be in the summer time. It's best to let the plants dry slightly between waterings, but because Aeonium have small roots, they are a bit less drought tolerant than other succulents and appreciate a steady supply of light water with good drainage. In the winter, water whenever the soil has dried out. Test by poking your finger down into the soil an inch or two. In the wild, these succulents go dormant in summer, so water sparingly during the hotter months. Temperature: Aeoniums do not like really hot or dry weather. They may go dormant in summer and do not require any water, except in excessively dry conditions. In extreme heat, their leaves will curl, to prevent excessive water loss. The Aeonium arboreum thrives in temperatures that range from 4 to 38°C.