Written by Maggie
Mar 24 2021
Adromischus Poellnitzianus, a succulent of the genus Chrysogenidae, has unrippled leaves at the tip and a peculiar brown stem wrapped in dense aerial roots.
Leaves are apex undulate, stem brown is covered by dense aerial root, peculiar posture.
Adromischus Poellnitzianus prefers sunny, cool and dry environments without obvious dormant periods.
Adromischus Poellnitzianus grew at a temperature of 15-25 degrees, not less than 7 degrees in winter. Generally, the soil can be mixed with leaf rot soil, vermiculite, coarse sand or perlite, with a small amount of grass ash and bone powder; Water the growing period thoroughly; Fertilization generally takes place every 20 days or so during the growing period.
Adromischus Poellnitzianus is located in western Cape Town, South Africa.
Adromischus Poellnitzianus could propagate by cutting leaves, which could be carried out at a temperature above 10 degrees except in summer. Robust and abundant leaves were selected, aired for 1 to 2 days, and then laid flat on the soil, which would soon take root and germinate. However, premature transplanting is not advisable.
Adromischus Poellnitzianus is a curious variety that grows almost all year round, with no obvious dormant period. It is very suitable for putting on windowsill, tea table, desk and so on.