Aeonium tabuliforme 'Hime Meikyou' - Dinner Plate SucculentRegular price $22.00
These Aeonium are native to Tenerife in the Canary Islands where they are found growing on rocky cliff faces ( thus no water pooling, partial protection from the sun). Known as the Dinner Plate Plant these plants only get to about 5cm high but a whopping 45cm in diameter. Plants are monocarpic and will die after flowering, even if they don't set seed however the dying mother plant will produce multiple offsets that will be clones. Keep watering to a minimum in summer when these plants go dormant.
Current Pot Size: 100mm
Synonyms: Curmeria wallisii, Diandriella wallisii, Homalomena wallisii
Light: Part Sun to Filtered Light - Category 2-3 (please see our blog on plant light requirements)
Soil: Well draining, mineral - Soil type x (please see our blog on soil requirements)
Fertiliser: As directed on your fertiliser of choice. Fortnightly or monthly during the growing season (please see our blog on plant food) These plants are winter active, summer dormant.
Watering: Don't over water, as a succulent they like dry spells between watering
Maintenance: Low but can be susceptible to mealy bug infestations due to the tight rosette form.