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Aeonium Lindleyi

Posted by Sbgibbons 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 14, 14 at 21:20

I bought this Aeonium Lindleyi today because I thought it was so beautiful, but I can't find much information on it other than basic care. I'm assuming that is a type of plant that needs pruning, but I can't find any information on how to do it. Does anyone have any more info on this plant other than let it dry out in between waterings and it doesn't need full sun?

Also I ran all around town today trying to find stuff for the gritty mix with little luck. I was able to get lava rock, but I had to order chicken grit and turface from Amazon so I'm not going to repot this until that comes in. :)

Thanks in advance. - Sam. 🌵🌞

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RE: Aeonium Lindleyi

I don't know much about Aeoniums but I just wanted to say all your plants are amazing looking! Loving that pot of fat Pachys and also the senecio. Is that huge blue pot an Echeveria? What is it looks so nice also :D

RE: Aeonium Lindleyi

Oh thank you so much for the nice comment, David. (I'm assuming that's your name) Haha. I'm very new to succulents- only been seriously into them for about two months and now I have a full on addiction. Haha! Yes, the blue pot is an Echeveria 'Blue Princess'. It was labeled that, I can't find any info on it, so I'm assuming it's fairly new or it was labeled incorrectly. But it's my one of my favorites! :)

This post was edited by Sbgibbons on Mon, Aug 18, 14 at 12:30

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