One of the most beautiful Aeonium species around, always drawing the attention at shows with is fascinating Fibonacci spiral and its compact and almost flat growing form.
The Aeonium tabuliforme is one of the more tender Aeoniums, it grows incredibly well outside but needs protection from frosts or ideally temperatures below 4°c. When planting this Aeonium it is best to slightly angle it so that water can freely run off from the crown (centre of the plant), it can even be planted vertically in walls and rockeries. In nature this plant can be found growing on the side of cliff faces so is well suited for vertical living.
This succulent is a great feature plant and will appreciate some shade but can tolerate full sun when planted at an angle. It also makes a great indoor house plant.
Plant in a good free draining soil mix, we feed our Aeonium tabuliformes in the spring so they can grow and shut down for the winter. Feeding less, leading into the winter months produces a tougher plant that has a higher chance of surviving the winter cold spells.
- Use a good free draining soil mix.
- Only feed in the spring.
- Angle the plant so water can freely drain off from the centre of the plant.
- The tabuliforme will tolerate shade making it a great house plant.
- Protect from frost and freezing temperatures.
- Doesn’t mind being pot bound.