Written by Maggie
Dec 21 2020
Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop, a striking succulent which forms clumps of 3-4 foot tall gray-brown stems that often branch near their base but not above. The long, bare stems hold large terminal rosettes of very dark purple (seemingly black) leaves. During growing Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop, how to take care of Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop if Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop roots become black or leaves fall in summer? The following are some care guides for growing Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop.
A treatment method of Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop black rot can be used to cut off the healthy stem and apply carbendazim solution to the wound site for retransplantation and colonization. Prevent black rot in Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop by growing it in a ventilated place and selecting loose and fertile soil. It is necessary to turn the soil and change the basin frequently. Water it once a day in summer. Water it thoroughly to avoid water accumulation.
Directly cut down the stem at the top of good growth, the wound placed in a daub carbendazim solution, in a cool and ventilated place. After waiting for wound recovery, back to the top branches and cuttings in loose fertile soil, avoid direct sunlight, keep the soil moist, and slightly Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop can regrow.
Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop leaves are thickened without excessive watering during curing, ensuring moist soil. Water properly, every time the soil gets dry. As summer temperatures rise, you can water it once a day. Water it thoroughly. Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop is watertight and can cause root rot when there is water.
An Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop should be kept in a ventilated and breathable place to ensure air circulation. The environment should be dark and sealed, and a large number of bacteria and black rot can easily occur. In the rainy season, when there is a lot of rain, the placing room should be moved for curing. Avoid Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop being rained for a long time, and the leaves will gradually wither and fall off to ensure the alternations of dry and wet soil.
In the process of growth, soil should be turned and potted in time and fresh soil should be added to promote root absorption. When soil is consolidated, the root can't be absorbed and leaves will fall off gradually, affecting the growth of arboreum Zwartkop.
Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop loses leaves in summer and needs to control watering. Water thoroughly. Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop can grow at a temperature between 15 ℃ and 25℃ in a dry environment. Water can be sprayed on the air and blade surface. In summer, shading should be done with Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop. Strong light will cause sunburn on the leaves. In spring, the pot and soil should be turned over to promote the absorption of the roots of arboreum Zwartkop.
With higher summer temperatures, Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop requires more water. Water thoroughly every time. The accumulation of water can cause root rot and keep the soil moist.When root rot occurs, remove the Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop, prune the decaying roots, sterilize them, and replant them in new soil.
In summer, the light is strong, and Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop is in a dormant period. It should be maintained in a ventilated and breathable place to ensure the circulation of air. Mild sunshine is preferred over strong sunlight. Bright light can lead to sunburn and fall of an arboreum Zwartkop blade. Shading should be done to promote growth of Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop.
During the growth process, Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop should be replaced in time. The soil would harden and the roots could not absorb, and the leaves would gradually fall off. In spring, Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop can be finished by turning and exchanging soil. Loose and fertile soil can be added to enhance soil permeability. Sediment and soil can be added, and soil drainage can be done in the rainy season.
Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop prefers warm conditions, and Succulent leaves will stop growing when the temperature exceeds 35 ° C. Keep the ambient temperature between 15 ℃ and 25℃ to promote the continuous growth of Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop. As the temperature rises in summer and the environment is dry, water can be sprayed in the air and on the leaf surface to cool and moisturize the leaves.