Written by Maggie
Dec 21 2020
Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop can be propagated by beheading and cutting. Beheading propagation method: the long or thin small head cut off, put in a cool place to dry, inserted in water or soil, put in the scattered light to wait for rooting. Cutting propagation method: leaves fall or old leaves off, flat on the subhumid soil above, or covered with a thin layer of soil. Do not move before rooting, and will soon grow small buds.
It's easy to propagate an Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop, but many people wonder how to get a bull from a single head?
This one is very simple. Decapitation is a good choice, but it may not be very beautiful in form. For an Aeonium arboreum Zwartkop after a decapitation, the morphology is more like that of an Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop during dormancy. The leaves are warmer and slightly curled up, requiring a longer growth time.
Here's how to do it: Cut off an Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop without growing or growing thin, and place it in a cool place to dry. Place it in water to root, or place it directly in the soil and cover the stem with a little bit of soil. Place the stem in a spot with scattered light and wait for the root. After a while, the leaves become shiny and basically take root, and when they're stable, they can be changed into pot plants.
The roots on the Aeonium Arboreum Zwartkop branches will stick into the soil and become a support column. There is little chance of germination. But can not rule out the successful leaf insertion.
Remove the fallen or old leaves from the bottom and lay them flat on the subhumid soil, or cover the base with a thin layer of soil.
The rest is to quietly wait for root, root after do not randomly move, the root will be buried in the soil, and soon it can grow small buds.