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i have an aeonium arborescens zwartkof
any ideas on winter care ??
Hi, It will need dry frostfree conditions - a cool well-lit conservatory or greenhouse
Hi Michael, I'd start a new thread for this, it will attract more responses. Can't help you with the aeonium sorry. I only know about hardy plants
As dove says, dry and frost free,with a bit of Sun to keep the colour strong.
I've grown Aeonium arboreum and Swarzkop. They are kept in a cold greenhouse with the compost slightly damp. Over winter they do lose some of the dark colouring but blacken up once I put them out again.They are very easy to propagate,cut off a stem and leave it to dry for a couple of day and then pot up, I usually do this when the weather starts to warm up.
thank you all