Written by Maggie
Feb 05 2021
Stomatium niveum is a succulent plant of the genus Aromaea, native to southern Africa. Stomatium niveum is a variety of succulent plants that rarely have fragrant flowers. The fragrance of flowers is not very refreshing. Stomatium niveum is a typical succulent plant with thick leaves. It is small, one by one rotating and intersecting like a small aloe vera. Its yellow flowers are a little like daisies, sitting on the leaves like a small sun. Stomatium niveum likes sunshine and has little demand for water. It is scheduled to reduce watering and increase indoor ventilation because it is dormant in summer and winter.
Stomatium niveum plants can reach 20 -- 30 cm in diameter and 15 -- 30 cm in height. The variety is growing rapidly. A very attractive Succulent plant in pots or gardens and easy to grow .Blooming: In autumn, an arched raceme of bright red-orange flowers emerges. stomatium niveum is very colorful.
Stomatium niveum flowers bloom often in spring and autumn. Adult stomatium niveum usually has two or more arched racemes at the same time and reach a height of 15-20 cm. The corolla is pentagonal, 1.9 -- 2.0 cm long and 1.0 cm in diameter, bright red-orange. It is worth noting that sometimes the flowers and sepals are shaped like the leaves in a twisted form.
Stomatium niveum likes a warm, dry and sunny environment. Stomatium niveum does not tolerate cold, water and heat, and is dormant in summer. Stomatium niveum grows at an optimum temperature of 15-25 ℃ and no less than 10 ℃ in winter. With soil generally available peat, vermiculite and perlite mixed soil; Growing period of watering should not be much, frequently spray water control watering, keep basin soil slightly moist can; Fertilization during the growing period is usually once a month; Especially to master the summer dormant period of water control, ventilation, shading, stop fertilizer and other links.
Stomatium niveum's origin is in southern Africa.
Stomatium niveum likes a warm, dry and sunny environment. Stomatium niveum does not tolerate cold, water dampness and extreme heat. Stomatium niveum sleeps briefly in summer and produces fragrant flowers in spring.Stomatium niveum grows at an optimum temperature of 15-25 degrees, and not less than 10 degrees in winter.
Stomatium Niveum likes light and has little need for water, so he spends three hours of sunshine a day and two hours of watering a month. The suitable temperature for Stomatium niveum growth is 15-25 degrees, not less than 10 degrees in winter. Especially to master the summer dormant period of water control, ventilation, shading, stop fertilizer and other links.
Stomatium niveum should not be watered too much during the growing period. Water should be sprayed frequently to control watering and keep the basin soil slightly moist.
Stomatium Niveum potted soils are usually a mixture of peat, vermiculite and perlite.
Stomatium Niveum is fertilized once a month during the growing season.
Stomatium niveum is generally propagated by cutting and sowing, mainly by cutting, but also by sowing.
Cut a section of Stomatium niveum directly from the plant and insert it into the soil. It will take root over time, but this is a slow process.
Stomatium niveum sowing is much more difficult than other methods of breeding and is not recommended for beginners.
Stomatium niveum is a potted succulent plant, ornamental plant.