Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup
Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup

Aeonium Castello Paivae Variegata goes by the common name “Suncup”. This succulent is rosette-shaped. The plant originates on Canary Island and belongs to the family of Crassulaceae. Suncup faces dormancy in summer and it can grow up to a height of 12 inches.

Growth Rate

Aeonium Suncup is a fast grower. When it grows, it produces variegated rosettes with green and creamy yellow stripes.

Flowering

Care for the Aeonium Suncup plant will lead you to witness white-colored flowers. They can be seen in the spring and winter seasons.

Watering and Feeding

Water the succulent regularly but be sure only to wet it once the potting mix or the soil has completely dried out. Feed the plant with a half-strength balanced fertilizer once a month only during the growing season.

Soil

Create a sandy loam or a regular potting mix. Since they require moisture, repot them every 2-3 years with fresh potting soil.

Hardiness

Suncup grows best in the spring and winter season, keeping in mind its frost tolerance of anywhere between -3.9° C (25° F) to 10° C (50° F). The hardiness zone of this beautiful succulent is 9b to 11b.

Light

Aenoim Suncup enjoys full sunlight. Plants in shade will grow larger, while plants in direct sunlight will grow compact. Provide them with direct sunlight in the winter.

Propagation

Once you cut off a branch, leave it in a shaded spot for 24 hours. Plant it either in your garden or a pot, and the roots should appear in about 3-4 weeks.

Even though Suncup is a small and compact plant, it is known to produce multiple offsets that go on to form beautiful clumps that give an attractive vibe to your home or garden.

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Summer
Botanical Name Aeonium castellopaivae
Common Name Aeonium Suncup
Dormancy Summer
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Color White
Growth Habit Rosette
Growth Rate Fast
Hardiness Zone 9b to 11b
Mature Size 612 in. (1530 Cm)
Native Area Canary islands.
Sun Exposure Full sun/part shade

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Aeonium castello paivae variegata Suncup

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Please note: Our large plants are shipped bare root. They are also many years old, and as a result, they might have minor scaring but will arrive healthy and looking great.

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Aeonium Castello Paivae Variegata goes by the common name “Suncup”. This succulent is rosette-shaped. The plant originates on Canary Island and belongs to the family of Crassulaceae. Suncup faces dormancy in summer and it can grow up to a height of 12 inches.

Growth Rate

Aeonium Suncup is a fast grower. When it grows, it produces variegated rosettes with green and creamy yellow stripes.

Flowering

Care for the Aeonium Suncup plant will lead you to witness white-colored flowers. They can be seen in the spring and winter seasons.

Watering and Feeding

Water the succulent regularly but be sure only to wet it once the potting mix or the soil has completely dried out. Feed the plant with a half-strength balanced fertilizer once a month only during the growing season.

Soil

Create a sandy loam or a regular potting mix. Since they require moisture, repot them every 2-3 years with fresh potting soil.

Hardiness

Suncup grows best in the spring and winter season, keeping in mind its frost tolerance of anywhere between -3.9° C (25° F) to 10° C (50° F). The hardiness zone of this beautiful succulent is 9b to 11b.

Light

Aenoim Suncup enjoys full sunlight. Plants in shade will grow larger, while plants in direct sunlight will grow compact. Provide them with direct sunlight in the winter.

Propagation

Once you cut off a branch, leave it in a shaded spot for 24 hours. Plant it either in your garden or a pot, and the roots should appear in about 3-4 weeks.

Even though Suncup is a small and compact plant, it is known to produce multiple offsets that go on to form beautiful clumps that give an attractive vibe to your home or garden.

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Summer
Botanical Name Aeonium castellopaivae
Common Name Aeonium Suncup
Dormancy Summer
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Color White
Growth Habit Rosette
Growth Rate Fast
Hardiness Zone 9b to 11b
Mature Size 612 in. (1530 Cm)
Native Area Canary islands.
Sun Exposure Full sun/part shade

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