Aeonium Castello Paivae Variegata


Type: Plants

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Aeonium Variegata




Canary Islands


An evergreen variety, Aeonium-castello is a clumped succulent that produces multiple offsets having 10cm wide rosettes. Green, creamy leaves appear with pink margins on full growth of the plant. 


Not a big lover of hot weather, Aeonium-castello prefer cool and shady corner for their growth. Summers are generally met with dormancy and the real flourishing begins in the spring-winter season. Watering should be minimum or none during the summers. In winters, water the plants whenever the soil becomes dry to touch. A sandy loam or regular potting medium is ideal for their growth.

Landscape Use

Suitable for Container, Rock Garden & Xeriscaping


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