Aeonium – Fatty Plants – Eonium Plant

The succulent plant, between its origin from the north of the African continent and from limited areas of the European continent, is classified in the very wide and varied family grouping of Crassulaceae. This evergreen is often used in the embellishment of balconies and terraces for the aesthetics and colors of its compact foliage, as well as for the characteristic and lively inflorescence.

It must be periodically and congruently wet during the spring and summer season, at regular and close frequencies, where watering will be greatly reduced, without ever stopping, for the rest of the year. Sprayings of the Aeonium should be carried out only when the soil of cultivation is shown to be properly drained, in order to prevent the possible onset of fungal diseases at the roots.

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Aeonium pianta The ornamental Aeonium can be placed with some difficulty in parks or other green spaces, suffering from unfavorable weather conditions, while it will find ideal accommodation in a container inside the house. In any case, a soft soil should be prepared, not very compact and not necessarily equipped with organic substances, which will be added to sandy materials to ensure the appropriate and efficient drainage.

With the arrival of spring warmth, the evergreen will have to be repotted annually, using constantly larger containers to accommodate and accommodate the growth of the roots. It will also be advisable to periodically remove the leaves, which have now aged and worn out, and the wilted and withered inflorescences.

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Eonio pianta Placed in the open air or inside a pot, the embellishment plant will, however, be effectively fertilized in order to consume the necessary nutrients. The fertilization will be exclusively concentrated in spring and summer, every 20-25 days, with absolute stagnation during the cold period.

Normally, liquid fertilizers can be used, conveniently dissolved in the spraying water, while less in use for the Aeonium but not to be excluded are those of a solid nature, granular with prolonged release and deferred. It must be a specific fertilizer and contain a fair preponderance of the potash and phosphorate ingredients compared to the residual nitrogen macro-component, as well as the presence of useful microelements, especially iron and manganese.

Aeonium: Positioning and pathologies

Pianta grassa eonio The magnificent succulent plant will appreciate a sunny and well-lit habitat, even with moderate exposure to solar radiation, while suffering from shady environments or affected by abrupt air currents. It will appreciate mild and temperate climatic conditions: if the temperature falls below 8-9°C it will be better to repair it and protect it with fabrics or other suitable materials.

Finally, the Aeonium can be threatened by mold and rottenness at the roots, due to the overabundant humidity or incorrect positioning, as well as attacked by various insects and pests, such as aphids and cochineal. In the last circumstance, it will be necessary to promptly eliminate the animals, using for this purpose biological products and detergents and, in the most serious cases, specific insecticide.

  • aeonium The æonium is a succulent very simple to grow and requires very little maintenance: it is appreciated for its
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