Written by Maggie
Sep 22 2021
How to propagate Aeonium Haworthii? Aeonium Haworthii is a unique plant with emerald green leaves inlaid on the branches like lotus flowers carved from jasper, and the red color at the leaf edge is striking. It has a strong habit and is easy to grow. It is often used as a medium-sized pot plant and can absorb radiation on several shelves, desks, windowsills and balconies. Here's how Aeonium Haworthii propagates.
Propagation of a and aeonium haworthii is mainly propagated by cutting. Rosette cuttings can be cut in early spring, the remaining stem will be a cluster of tillering buds. Hang the cut rosette for a few days, and then insert it in plain sand soil to keep it moist. It is easy to survive. A well-bred breed, if left unpruned, tends to grow tall and form more durable old stalks. Spring, summer best-potted plant is placed inside the courtyard or on the balcony, winter should be placed in indoor sunny place, and control water. Thin fertilizer is applied for 15 days during the growing season. Do not water the basin during the rainy season.
The use of Aeonium Haworthii cutting propagation. In spring, when the temperature reaches 20-25 ℃, cutting propagation of Aeonium Haworthii is carried out. Cut off the top of the strong branches, dry them and insert them into the sand bed or sand in the basin. Keep the soil in the basin moist and dry. Transplant them into the basin when new roots grow.
Aeonium Haworthii can also be propagated by sowing. In spring, the seeds will be disinfected, soaked in water, sowing in the riverbed or pot soil, keep the potting soil moist. After the seedling is planted on the po, continue to cultivate.