Aeonium's in bloom Question.
Hello garden community, Now I know that I could very easily google this same exact Q. but I prefer to ask my family here at the garden web: Cacti & succulent forum.
My question is my Aeonium Zwarkoff wrong spelling oops, (Black cherry in color.)
Is currently blooming and if my memory serves me correctly, I was once told that I could simply cut off the stem at the bloom or slightly below the area that is blooming and that it would by pass the blooming stage and allow the plant to grow more vigorously, is that the way it goes for these Aeoniums?
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